WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - In addition to passing five ordinances on Wednesday evening, the Borough of Wood-Ridge Mayor and Council also passed the Consent Agenda, which was made up the following items.
083-2020 Resolution Authorizing Payment of Bills.
084-2020 Resolution Approving Tax Appeal Settlement for Wood-Ridge Industrial Property $0.00 Refund Due.
085-2020 Resolution Awarding Contract to Nickerson Corporation for Purchase of Bleacher System and Press Box for Soccer Field at Wood-Ridge Athletic Complex Pursuant to ESCNJ Cooperative.
086-2020 Resolution Awarding Contract to Athletic Fields of America for Soccer Field at Wood-Ridge Athletic Complex Pursuant to Sourcewell Cooperative.
087-2020 Resolution Accepting Plans & Specifications Submitted from Neglia for Marshall Lane Playground and Authorize Clerk to Advertise for Bids.
088-2020 Resolution Designating Pulte Homes of NJ, Limited Partnership as a Qualified Entity Under the Wesmont Station Master Redevelopment Agreement and Authorizing Execution of the Redevelopment Agreement between the Borough off Wood-Ridge and Pulte Homes of NJ, Limited Partnership
089-2020 Resolution Designating Fleet Wood-Ridge IV, LLC. as a Qualified Entity Under the Wesmont Station Master Redevelopment Agreement and Authorizing Execution of the Redevelopment Agreement between the Borough off Wood Ridge and Fleet Wood-Ridge IV, LLC.
090-2020 Resolution Authorizing Mayor to Execute Agreement for Green Acres Project 0269-017-055 Wesmont Athletic Complex.
091-2020 State of NJ Department of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program Enabling Resolution for Project #0269-17-055 Wesmont Athletic Complex
Additionally, there were two appointments :
Jessica Geiges from Junior Member to Wood-Ridge Emergency Squad EMT
Appointment of Thomas Fischkelta as a member of the Wood-Ridge Emergency Squad.
There were no Applications, Seminar Approvals or Hirings.
Mayor Paul Sarlo stated that while it appears schools will have to have virtual graduations in June, the town and council is committed to working with the Board of Education about holding a ceremony when permitted. He also stated he has instructed the Department of Public Works to work on placing signage on the Boulevard honoring graduates in ways consistent with neighboring towns.