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280 Grove StreetJersey City, New Jersey 07302Robert Byrne, R.M.C., City ClerkScan J. Gallagher, R.M.C., Deputy City ClerkIrene R. McNulty, R.M.C., Deputy City ClerkRolando R. Lavarro, Jr., Councilperson- at-LargeDaniel Rivera, Councilperson- at-LargeJoyce E. Watterman, Councilperson- at-LargeDenisc Ritlley, Cuuncilperson, Ward AMira Prinz-Arey, Coiincilperson, Ward BRichard Buggiano, Councilpcrsun, Ward CMichael Yun, Councilperson, Ward DJames Solomon, Councilperson, Ward EJcrmainc D. Robinson, Councilpcrson, Ward FAgendagular IVIeeting of theWednesday, June 26, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.Please Note: The next caucus meeting of Council is scheduled for Monday, July 15, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. in theEfrain Rosario Memorial Caucus Room, City Hall.The next regular meeting of Council is scheduled for Wednesday, July 17,2019 at 10:00 a.m. in theAnna and Anthony R. Cucci Memorial Council Chambers, City Hall. A pre-meeting caucus may beheld m the Efrain Rosario Memorial Caucus Room, City Hall.1.(a)INVOCATION:(b) ROLL CALL:(c)SALUTE TO THE FLAG:(d) STATEMENT IN COMPLIANCE WITH SUNSHINE LAW:City Clerk Robert Byrne stated on behalf of the Municipal Council. "In accordance with theNew Jersey P.L. 1975, Chapter 231 of the Open Public Meetings Act (Sunshine Law), adequatenotice of this meeting was provided by mail and/or fax to The Jersey Journal and The Reporter.Additionally, the annual notice was posted on the bulletin board, first floor of City Hall and filedin the Office of the City Clerk on Thursday, December 20, 2018, indicating the schedule of Meetingsand Caucuses of the Jersey City Municipal Council for the calendar year 2019.The Agenda of this meeting was disseminated on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. to theMunicipal Council, Mayor and Business Administrator of Jersey City. It was similarly disseminatedto The Jersey City Reporter and The Jersey Journal.2. Bid Reception: None

CONSENT AGENDAAll items listed on the meeting calendar with an asterisk (orasterisks) are considered routine by the municipal counciland will be enacted by one motion (and roll call) withoutseparate discussion of each item. If discussion is desiredon any item and permitted by the council, that item will beconsidered separately.Consent Agenda adopted by Ordinance J-636 andsupplemented by Ordinance C-248.Please understand that all documents listed in the consentagenda are available for public perusal at this meeting.

A3. ORDINANCE HEARING FIRST READING CITY CLERKFILE1. An ordinance amending Chapter 3 (Administration of Government), Ord. 19-068Article XI (Department of Public Safety) of the Jersey City MunicipalCode to (1) Clarify the qualifications for the positions of Director &Assistant Director of Public Safety, (2) Clarify the responsibilities of thepositions of Director & Assistant Director of Public Safety and (3)Create a Table of Organization for the Division of Police pursuant toNJ.S.A.40A:14-118.2. OrdinanceauthorizmgtheconveyanceofBlockl7905, Lots 18,19,20, Ord. 19-07221 & 22, and Block 18602, Lots 3 and 8 more commonly lcnown a by thestreet addresses of 612-616 Communipaw Avenue and 91-93 HarrisonAvenue and 574-582 Communipaw Avenue, respectively, to the JerseyCity Redevelopment Agency.3. An ordinance amending Chapter 332 (Vehicles and Traffic) Article VII Ord. 19-074(Metered Parking), Section 57 (On Street Permit Parking Zone) to (1)Remove York Street from the Itinerant Food Vendor Parking Zone), (2)To create new Itinerant Food Vendor Parking Zones for portions ofJersey Avenue, John F. Kennedy Boulevard and Bergen Avenue, and (3)Changing the hours for Itinerant Food Vendor Parking within theItinerant Food Vendor Parking Zones to 5:00 a.m., until 9:00 p.m.4. An ordinance amending Chapter 160, (Fees and Charges) Section SS Ord. 19-076(Chapter 332, Vehicles and Traffic) to establish fees for Itinerant FoodVendor Parking within the Itinerant Food Vendor Parking Zones.5. Ordinance authorizing the conveyance of Block 16901, Lot 17, Block Ord.19-07922601, Lot 36 and Block 11401, Lot 13, more commonly known by thestreet address of 51 Crescent Avenue, 324 Martin Luther King Drive and174 Newark Avenue, respectively, to Jersey City RedevelopmentAgency.6. An ordinance authorizing the execution of a deed to release certain use Ord. 1 9-080restrictions on Block 15702, Lots 16 & 19 (Formerly, Block 375, Lots 56,58, 60-64) within the Jersey City Medical Center Site.7. An ordinance amending and supplementing Chapter 3 (Administration Ord. 19-081of Government), Article XV (Department of Recreation) to change theDepartment of Recreation to the Department of Youth Development andto reorganize the Department in order to fulfill its new mission.06.26.19

A3. ORDINANCE HEARING FIRST READING CITY CLERKFILE8. An ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City Ord.19-082adopting amendments to Chapter 10 (Shade Tree Commission) andChapter 321 (Trees) of the Jersey City Municipal Code.9. An ordinance amending Chapter A350 of the Jersey City Municipal Code Ord. 19-083(Council Rules of Order) to mandate that all ordinances have a thirdreading prior to adoption and to mandate that all resolutions be eligiblefor consideration at the next Council Meeting following submission ofthe Council.10. An ordinance supplementmg Chapter 332 (Vehicles and Traffic), Article Ord. 19-084Ill (Parking, Standing and Stopping) amending Section 332-22 (ParldngProhibited Certain Hours) on Columbus Drive.11. An ordinance amending Chapter 3 Administration of Government), Ord. 19-085Article X (Department of Housing, Economic Development andCommerce) of the Jersey City Municipal Code to require create arevolving relocation assistance fund pursuant to NJ.S.A. 20:4-4. la &creating the Office of Tenant Relocation to administer the fund.12. Ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City adopting Ord.19-086amendments to the Neighborhood District of the Jersey Avenue LightRail Redevelopment Plan that includes and Affordable HousingProvision.13. Ordinance amending Chapter 332 (Vehicles and Traffic), Article VIII Ord.19-087(Permit Parking) of the Jersey City Municipal Code.14. Ordinance amending Chapter 3 (Administration of Government) to create Ord. 19-088the Department of Finance.15. Ordinance amending and supplementing Chapter 69 (Special Ord. 19-089Improvement Districts) implementing Article VII (West Side AvenueSpecial Improvement District) of the Jersey City Municipal Code.16. An franchise ordinance by the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey Ord. 19-090City vacating Cook Street and a portion ofHoboken Avenue, Jersey City,New Jersey.06.26.19

Public Hearing on the2019-2020 Journal SquareSpecial Improvement DistrictAssessment Roll and Budget06.26.19

ORDINANCE HEARINGSECOND READINGCITY CLERKFILEIntroduced-9-0-Introduced-9-0-Calendar Year 2019 Ordinance to exceed the Municipal BudgetOrd.19-063Appropriation limits and to establish a Cap Bank N.J.S.A.40A:4-45.14.Intro. 06.12.19An ordinance supplementing Chapter 332(Vehlcles and Traffic) ArticleII (Traffic Regulations) Section 332-9 (Stop Intersections) of the JerseyCity Code designating Monmouth Street & Fifth Street; Pavonia AvenueOrd. 19-064Intro. 06.12.19& W. Hamilton Place; Tenth Street & Monmouth Street and WarrenStreet & Second Street as All-Way Stop Intersections.Introduced-9-0-An ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey CityOrd. 19-065adopting amendments to § 3-51 of the Municipal Code to require allIntro. 06.12.19contractors and subcontractors on construction and infrastructurecontracts to participate in an Apprenticeship Training Program.Introduced-9-0-An ordinance amending and supplementing Chapter 27 (Defense andIndemnification) limiting the City's obligation to defend and indemnifyOrd.19-066Intro. 60.12.19City Employees in case of criminal conduct, discrimination, retaliation,harassment and intentional torts.Introduced-9-0-An ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey CityOrd. 19-070changing the designation of the redevelopment entity responsible forIntro. 06.12.19carrying out the construction of the County Courthouse Complexpursuant to the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Plan from the JerseyCity Redevelopment Agency to the Hudson County ImprovementAuthority.Introduced-8-0-1-An ordinance releasing the reverter in the December 28, 2006 deedOrd. 19-071Rivera: abstainedconveying land in Secaucus, New Jersey, known as Block 1 Lot 3, toIntro. 06.12.19Hudson County.Introduced-9-0-An ordinance authorizing a lease agreement between the City of JerseyOrd. 19-073City and Verizon New Jersey Inc. for property located at 71 MadisonIntro. 06.12.19Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey.06.26.19

PUBLIC REQUEST FOR HEARING1. LaVern Washington2. John Guarini3. YvonneBalcer4. Nancy Folder5. Bridget D'Souza06.26.19

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST FROM THEOFFICE OF THE CITY CLERKAA 6.PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS1. Letter dated June 11, 2019 from Jason M. Daggett, Assistant Project Manager, BrockerhoffEnvironmental Services LLC, to Robert Byme, City Clerk re: Initial Public Participation Plan, TrueVine Church of Jesus, Inc., 129 Linden Avenue, Jersey City.2. Letter dated June 10, 2019 from Yacoub Yacoub, Bureau Chief Unregulated Heating Oil TankProgram to Robert Sczech, Jersey City, NJ re: One 1 000 gallon #1 Heating Oil Underground StorageTank System, 680 Summit Avenue, Jersey City.3. Minutes of the Employee's Retirement System of Jersey City held May 15,2019.4. Agenda of the Employee's Retirement System of Jersey City scheduled for June 19,2019.5, Letter dated June 11, 2019 from Yacoub Yacoub, Bureau Chief Unregulated Heating Oil TankProgram to AIC Realty LLC, c/o Vishal Kukreja, President, New Brunswick, NJ re: One 550 gallon#2 Heating Oil Underground Storage Tank System, 33 Orchard Street, Jersey City.6. Letter dated June 6,2019 from Peter G. McCabe, PE., Dewberryto Robert Byme, City Clerk re: FloodHazard Area Verification/Individual Permit Application, Jersey City Medical Center, EmergencyRoom, Operating Room addition and Parking Lot, Jersey City.7. Letter dated June 5, 2019 from Todd Hirt, Supervising Engineer, Structural & Railroad EngineeringServices to Robert Byrne, City Clerk re: In the matter of review of the Plans and renderings receivedby the New Jersey Department of Transportation Railroad Engineering Services Unit to upgrade andestablish New Pedestrian Light-Rail At -Grade crossing at the West Side Avenue Station View Drivewith New Jersey Transit's Hudson-Bergen Light-Rail Line located in the City of Jersey City, Countyof Hudson.8. Letter dated May 2, 2019 from Richard A. Jasaitia, PG, CPG., LSRP, Kleinfelder, to Douglas Dugan,ExxonMobile Environmental Services Co., re: Response Action Outcome, Former Exxon Facility#35500 ), a/lc/a Newport Auto Service Center, 726 Jersey Avenue, Jersey City.9. Letter dated June 11, 2019 from William P. Call, PG., LSRP, PennJersey Environmental Consultingto Bureau of Case Assignment & Initial Notice, Site Remediation Program, re: Remedial ActionProtect! veness/Biennial Certification Form - Ground Water, former Allwaste Tank Cleaning Servicesa/ka Reliable Paper, 50 Caven Point Avenue, Jersey City.06.26.19

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST FROM THEOFFICE OF THE CITY CLERKAA 6.PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS10. Letter dated June 17,2019 from Donald Olenick, Senior VP & General Counsel, BLDG ManagementCo., Inc., to Anne Doyle, Tax Collector, re: Amended to financial agreement made as of August 21,2012 between 110 First Street urban Renewal Assoc.11. Letter dated June 6, 2019 from Ivan M. Baron, Chief Legal Officer, Roseland Residential Trust toRobert Byrne, City Clerk re: Address change Notice: Marbella Tower Urban Renewal AssociatesSouth Development a/k/a/ Marbella Tower Urban Renewal Associates, LLC., 210 Hudson Street, Suite400, Jersey City.06.26.19

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST FROM THEOFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK*A7. OFFICERS COMMUNICATIONS:1. Letter dated June 19, 2019 from Andrew Vischio, Director of Traffic & Transportation toRobert Byrne, City Clerk re: Street Closing Regulation- 19-032, Griffith St., ShermanAv., to Webster Av., Event: 10am-2pm Saturday, June 15, 2019, Event Setup: 9am10am, Saturday, June 15, 2019. Event breakdown: 2pm-2:30pm, Saturday, June 15,2019for Community Health Fair. Date change on 19-032, from June 15, 2019 to July 13,2019.2. Letter dated June 19, 2019 from Andrew Vischio, Director of Traffic & Transportation toRobert Byrne, City Clerk re: Street Closing Regulation- 19-050, Martin Luther King Dr.,Stegman St., to Wegman Parkway, Event: 10am-4pm Saturday, June 29, 2019, for Fullgospel community.06.26.19

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST FROM THEOFFICE OF THE CITY CLERKAA8. REPORT OF DIRECTORS:1. Letter dated June 13, 2019 from StevenM. Fulop, Mayor to Council President andMembers of the Municipal Council re: Anthony Catanio, (Electrician), of Jersey City toserve as a Member of the Construction Board of Appeals. Mr. Catanio's term will expire onMay 15,2022.2. Letter dated June 13, 2019 from Steven M. Fulop, Mayor to Council President andMembers of the Municipal Council re: Wayne Harmon, (Electrician), of Jersey City toserve as a Member of the Construction Board of Appeals. Mr. Harmon's term will expireon May 15,2022.3. Letter dated June 13, 2019 fromStevenM. Fulop, Mayor to Council President andMembers of the Municipal Council re: William Santomauro, (Fire Official), of Jersey Cityto serve as a Alternate Member of the Construction Board of Appeals. Mr. Santomauro sterm will expire on September 6,2021.4. Executive Order# 2019-007 dated June 14, 2019 from Steven Fulop. Mayor of the City ofJersey City re: Instituting a Vision Zero Task Force to advance the actions and strategiesspecified in the Jersey City Vision Zero Action Plan.06.26.19

AA9. CLAIMS & MEDICARE CLAIMS06.26.191.City Clerk2.Mayor's Office3.Tax Assessor4.Department of Administration5.Department ofH.E.D.& C.6.Department of Health & Human Services7.Department of Human Resources8.Department of Law9.10.Department of Public SafetyDepartment of Public Works11.Department of Recreation

**10. RESOLUTIONS CITY CLERKFILE #1. Resolution authorizing an Emergency Temporary Appropriation. Res. 19-5432. Resolution establishing the 2019 Open Space, Recreation and Res. 19-544Historic Preservation Trust tax rate.3. Resolution authorizing the preparation and issuance of estimated Res. 19-545tax bills for the third installment of 2019 property taxes.4. Resolution adopting and ratifying the 2019-2020 budget of the Res. 19-546Journal Square Special Improvement District of the City of JerseyCity.5. Resolution accepting the assessment roll of the Journal Square Res. 19-547Special Improvement District of the City of Jersey City.6. Resolution approving the reappointment of a Chief Municipal Res. 19-548Prosecutor for the Jersey City Municipal Court to serve for a termof one year.7. Resolution authorizing to settle assessment appeals filed before Res. 19-549the Tax Court of New Jersey on various properties.8. Resolution authorizing the settlement of the action entitled Res. 19-550Randall Novak and Will Andromalos per quod v. City of JerseyCity, et al.9. Resolution authorizing the settlement of the cross claim for Res. 19-551Attorney's Fees in the lawsuit of Hector Ivan Mejias v. City ofJersey City, et al.10. Resolution authorizing the settlement of the judgement of the Res. 19-552U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development v. City ofJersey City, Department of Housing Economic Development &Commerce, Division of Community Development.11. A resolution of conditional support of the proposed New Jersey Res. 19-553Department of Transportation s reconstruction of Caven PointRoad Bridge over Conrail in Jersey City.12. Resolution removing a restriction from the deed of conveyance Res. 19-554that affects Block 27003, Lot 16, location 12 Parnell Place.13. Resolution authorizing the granting of a permit to D&M Res. 19-555Fireworks, LLC, for a fireworks display on July 16, 2019.06.26.19

**10. RESOLUTIONS CITY CLERKFILE #14. Resolution authorizing amendment of the license agreement with Res. 19-556Consolidated Rail Corporation to allow the City of Jersey City toenter property owned by Consolidated Rail to paint murals andremove graffiti on the Com'ail owned properties that are part ofConrail's National Docks Secondary as it crosses over thefollowing four (4) roads: Country Route 612, Wayne Street,Bright Street and Avenue C in Jersey City, NJ.15. Resolution authorizing the City of Jersey City to enter into a Res. 19-557second license agreement extension with Public Service Electric& Gas Company for the use of a Paper Street known as GilchristStreet.16. Resolution rejecting all bids received by the City of Jersey City Res. 19-558on October 18, 2018 for the disposition and marketing of mixedpaper and commingled recyclable materials for the Departmentof Public Works, Division of Sanitation.17. Resolution rejecting all bids received by the City of Jersey City Res. 19-559on April 11, 2019 for janitorial services citywide for theDepartment of Public Works, Division of Buildings and StreetMaintenance.18. Resolution authorizing the purchasing agent to sell various Res. 19-560Impounded Motor Vehicles at Public Auction.19. Resolution authorizing a memorandum of understanding between Res. 19-561Vision to Learn and the City of Jersey City for the purpose ofoperating a Mobile Vision Clinic at the Department ofRecreation's Summer Program Sites.20. Resolution authorizing the award of contract to Karson Food Res. 19-562Service, Inc to provide 2019 Summer Food Service Program forthe Department of Recreation.21. Resolution authorizing the City to enter into an agreement with Res. 19-563Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.22. A resolution of the Jersey City Municipal Council accepting a gift Res. 19-564of refreshments from Dunkin Donuts for National HIV TestingDay.23. A resolution of the Jersey City Municipal Council accepting a gift Res. 19-565of refreshments from Extra Supermarket for National HIVTesting Day.24. A resolution of the Jersey City Municipal Council accepting a Res. 19-566monetary gift from the Factory Restaurant and Lounge forNational HIV Testing Day.06.26.19

**10. RESOLUTIONS CITY CLERKFILE #25. A resolution of the Jersey City Municipal Council accepting a Res. 19-567monetary gift from Dr. Orlando Gonzalez for National HIVTesting Day.26. A resolution of the Jersey City Municipal Council accepting a gift Res. 19-568of refreshments from Prince of Pizza for National HIV TestingDay.27. Resolution of the Jersey City Municipal Council accepting a gift Res. 19-569ofT-Shirts from Take Over Print for National HTV Testing Day.28. Resolution authorizing the award of a competitively bid contract Res. 19-570to Revolution Foods, Inc. for preparing Senior Congregate Meals.29. Resolution pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A: 11 -4.3, authorizing the use Res. 19-571of competitive contracting for the procurement of medicalservices contract.30. Resolution authorizing a contract with Jersey City Medical Res. 19-572Center to share costs and services for an Enterprise Platformprovided by Aunt Bertha.31. ResolutionauthorizingtheCity of Jersey City to apply for funds Res. 19-573from the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety,Division of Highway Traffic Safety's Drive Sober or Get PulledOver Grant (FY 2019).32. Resolution authorizing an award of a contract to Millennium Res. 19-574Communications Inc. for the upgrade and expansion of theClosed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) through theInterlocal Purchasing System (TIPS) for the Department of PublicSafety, Division of Police.33. Resolution authorizing an award of contract to Fire & Safety Res. 19-575Services LTD., for the lease purchase of three (3) PierceEnforcer Pumpers and One (1) Arrow XT 100 FT Mid MountAerial Platform Ladder through the Houston-Galveston InterlocalCooperative Contracts for the Department of Public Safety,Division of Fire.34. Resolution authorizing the renewal of an open-end contract with Res. 19-576Ascape Landscape and Construction for the maintenance ofIrrigation Systems at numerous City owned facilities for theDepartment of Public Works/Division of Park Maintenance.35. Resolution authorizing the renewal of an open-end contract with Res. 19-577Newark Asphalt Corporation to provide asphalt materials for theDepartment of Public Works/Di vision of Buildings and StreetMaintenance.06.26.19

f*10. RESOLUTIONS CITY CLERKFILE #36. Resolution authorizing the extension of a contract with Para Plus Res. 19-578Translations, Inc. for providing interpreters for the Jersey CityMunicipal Court.37. Resolution authorizing the award of a contract to Broadview Res. 19-579Networks, Inc./Windstream Enterprise for voice communicationnetwork services under State Contract for the Department ofAdministration, Division of Information Technology.3 8. Resolution authorizing a month-to-month extension not to exceed Res. 19-580three (3) months effective on June 16, 2019 of a contract withAmber Air Inc. to provide HVAC and boiler maintenance for theDepartment of Public Works/Division of Building and StreetMaintenance.39. Resolution authorizing the award of a professional engineering Res. 19-581services contract to Stantec Consulting Services for the on-callTraffic Engineering Services Project No. 19-010-t for theDepartment of Administration, Division of Engineering, Trafficand Transportation.40. Resolution awarding a contract to Adams, Rehmann & Heggan Res. 19-582Associates, Inc. T/A Civil Solutions to perform digital tax mapmaintenance.41. Resolution authorizing a third extension of a contract with Res. 19-583Carepoint Health Medical Group for the professional services ofphysicians to conduct medical examinations of civilians anduniformed employees and of applicants for employment, on amonth-to-month basis not to exceed three (3) months effectiveJuly 1, 2019 for the Department of Human Resources.42. Resolution authorizing an extension of a professional services Res. 19-584agreement between the City of Jersey City and New PathwayCounseling Services for a period of two months from July 1,2019 thru August 31, 2019.43. Resolution authorizing the first amendment of a professional Res. 19-585services agreement with Leitner Tort DeFazio & Brause, PC, torepresent the City of Jersey City in various worker'scompensation matters filed against the City of Jersey City.44. Resolution renewing a professional services agreement with Res. 19-586Apruzzese, McDermott, Mastro & Murphy, P.C., to represent theCity of Jersey City in various union negotiations.06.26.19

10. RESOLUTIONS CITY CLERKFILE #45. Resolution ratifying the award of a professional services Res. 19-587agreement with the Lite Depalma Greenberg LLC, to representCity of Jersey City in the matter of Sabrina Harrold v. City ofJersey City, et al.46. A resolution of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City Res. 19-588authorizing the City to provide relocation assistance to certaintenants displaced from their dwelling by the fire or otheremergencies, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 20:4-3.1, of the New JerseyRelocation Assistance Act, N.J.S.A. 20:4-4.1 et seq.47. A resolution of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City Res. 19-589directing the Planning Board to study and recommend a proposedamendment to the Neighborhood District of the Jersey AvenueLight Rail Redevelopment Plan pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:1 2A-1 (f).48. Resolution waiving administrative fee and bonding requirement Res. 1 9-590for the Friends of the Community Awareness Series to hold theJersey City African Cultural Arts Festival at Berry Lane Park.06.26.19

11. DEFERRED OR TABLED AGENDA AS OF JUNE 26,20191. Ordinance 18-006 An ordinance approving a 30 year tax exemption for a mixed-use mixedincome rental project to be constructed by Terzetto NJ Urban Renewal, LLC, an urban renewalentity, pursuant to the Long Term Tax Exemption LawNJ.S.A.40A:20-1 et seq. Tabled-9-0-afterthe close of the public hearing at the 02.14.18 meeting on motion by Councilperson Lavarro,seconded by Councilperson Robinson.2. Ordinance 18-016 Ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City adoptingamendments to the Harsimus Cove Station Redevelopment Plan to amend open spacerequirements and standards in east-waterfront. Tabled-8-0- after the close of the public hearingat the 02.28.18 meeting on a motion by Councilperson Solomon, seconded by CouncilpersonPrinz-Arey and Councilperson Watterman: absent.3. Ordinance 18-027 Ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City adoptingamendments to the Land Development Ordinance in advance of potential legalization ofrecreational marijuana. Tabled-8-1 - after the close of the public hearing at the 03.28.18 meetingon a motion by Councilperson Lavarro, seconded by Councilperson Prinz-Arey andCoundlperson Rivera: nay.4. Ordinance 18-041 Ordinance rescinding Ordinance 15-108 and termmating the tax exemptionand financial agreement with GS FC Jersey City PEP 2 Urban Renewal, LLC. Tabled-9-0- afterthe close of the public hearing at the 04.25.18 meeting on a motion by Councilperson Lavarroseconded by Councilperson Prinz-Arey.5. Ordinance 18-048 Ordinance authorizing the leasing of office space in city owned property at289 Academy Street also known as the Apple Tree House to the Jersey City EconomicDevelopment Corporation. Tabled -9-0- before the public hearing at the 05.23.18 meeting on amotion by Councilperson Solomon, seconded by Councilperson Prinz-Arey.6. Ordinance 18-053 An ordinance amending and supplementing Chapter 251 (Pornography andObscenity) of the Jersey City Municipal Code repealing the current verison in its entirely andadopting a new verison. Tabled -9-0- before the public hearing at the 06.13.18 meeting on amotion by CouncUperson Solomon, seconded by Councilperson Prinz-Arey.7. Ordinance 18-122 An ordinance amending and supplementing Chapter 3, (Administration ofGovernment) Article IX (Department of Public Works) of the Municipal Code eliminating theDivisions of Automobile Impounding, Demolition and Graffiti Removal and creating a newdivision, the Division of Enforcement. Tabled prior to the close of the public hearing at 10.24.18meeting on a motion by Councilperson Lavarro, seconded by Councilperson Watterman.8. Ordinance 18-150 An ordinance rescinding Ordinance 16-01 1 and terminating the tax exemptionand financial agreement with 305 West Side Avenue Urban Renewal, LLC, Tabled-9-0- after theclose of the public hearing at 01.09.19 meeting on a motion by Councilperson Prinz-Arey,seconded by Councilperson Yun.06.26.19

11. DEFERRED OR TABLED AGENDA AS OF JUNE 26, 20199. Ordinance 19-026 An ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City adoptingamendments to Block 15801 of the Transit Oriented Development North Zone in the Morris CanalRedevelopment Plan. Tabled-9-0- prior to the close of the public hearing at 04.24.19 meeting ona motion by Councilperson Rivera, seconded by Councilperson Robinson.10. Ordinance 19-039 An ordinance authorizing the City of Jersey City to execute a lease agreementwith 2854 Kennedy LLC for forty one (41) parking spaces located at 2854 Kennedy Boulevard.Tabled-9-0- prior to the close of the public hearing at 05.08.19 meeting on a motion byCouncilperson Yun, seconded by Councilperson Lavarro.11. Ordinance 19-045 An ordinance of the Municipal Council of the City of Jersey City adoptingamendments to Chapter 3 (Administration of Government), Article X (Department of Housing,Economic Development and Commerce), Section 78 (Division of Hudson Preservation) andChapter 345 (Zoning) Article V (Zoning & Design Standard) Section 60(Z) (SupplementingZoning Regulations) pertaining to short-term rentals. Tabled-9-0- prior to the close of the publichearing at 05.08.19 meeting on a motion by Coundlperson Yun, seconded by CouncilpersonBoggiano.12. Ordinance 19-052 An ordinance adopting amendments to the Merseles Street RedevelopmentPlan. Tabled-7-1- after the close of the public hearing at 05.22.19 meeting on a motion byCouncilperson Solomon, seconded by Councllperson Yun. Councilperson Bogglano: nay;Councilperson Watterman; absent.13. Ordinance 19-054 An ordinance requiring the inclusion of affordable housing units in residentialand mixed use developments, either new construction or substantial rehabilitation, that seek orreceive incentives and compensatory benefits including use variances and increases in density andfloor area ratio, and in Redevelopment Plans providing for residential development, providingstandards for design and construction of affordable housing, and establishing requirements foraffirmative marketing, sale, rental, and affordabilty controls for affordable housing. Tabled-9-0after the close of the public hearing at 06.12.19 meeting on a motion by CouncilpersonLavarro,seconded by Councilperson Watterman.14. Ordinance 19-056 An ordinance amending and supplementing Chapter 345 (Zoning) of theMunicipal Code to add Article DC (Inclusionary Zoning) requiring the inclusion of affordablehousing units in all development projects with residential which have received variances orredevelopment plan amendments. Tabled-9-0- after the close of the public hearing at 06.12.19meeting on a motion by Councilperson Lavarro, seconded by Councilperson Watterman.15. Ordinance 19-057 An ordinance amending and supplementing Chapter 188 (HousingAccommodation and Affordable Housing Compliance) and Chapter 3 (Administration ofGovernment) Article X (Department of Housing, Economic Development and Commerce). Tabled9-0- after the close of the public hearing at 06.12.19 meeting on a motion by CouncilpersonLavarro, seconded by Councilperson Watterman.06.26.19

Robert Byrne, City Clerk re: Address change Notice: Marbella Tower Urban Renewal Associates South Development a/k/a/ Marbella Tower Urban Renewal Associates, LLC., 210 Hudson