Bid Results for Bid Nr. 2013-04 Reconstruction of Basement and Police Department Foyer:
Warriner’s Construction Inc.: $10,600.00 (Exception – no sheetrocking in basement) Garozzo & Scimeca Construction Inc.: $40,131.33 R. Wilkinson& Sons Construction, Inc.: $35,500.00 R. Maxwell Construction Co.: $25,826.00
Utility Mower Bid Results Central Jersey Equipment $40,226.00; Cherry Valley Tractor $43,840.00; Peach Country Tractor $33,406.00; Rodio Tractor Sales $43,925.00
Deadline for 2012 Senior Freeze Program Extended from June 3 to Monday, September 16, 2013.
The Division of Taxation mailed the 2012 Senior Freeze application booklets to current participates as well as other residents who may now be eligible for the program in February. For eligible senior and disable residents, who file their application by the June 3 deadline, the Division of Taxation plans to mail their reimbursement checks by mid-July. Checks for eligible applicants who file their 2012 applications after June 3 will be processed and delivered as quickly as possible thereafter.
For more information on the 2012 Senior Freeze Program, or to obtain an application, residents can contact the Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement) Hotline at 1-800-882-6597 or visit one of the Taxation Regional Offices around the State. Representatives are available by phone or in person from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Directions to the Regional Offices are available at: www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/ot1.shtml.
Information about the Senior Freeze Program, including the eligibility requirements, is also available on the Division of Taxation’s Web site at www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/ptr/buffer.shtml.
Mold Remediation Bid Results:
Abatech, Inc. $34,000
All Risk, Inc. $15,000
Academy Construction $73,000
Lew Corporation $40,580
IAT (Indoor Air Technologies) $28,550
Remediation Specialists $29,870
Restoration Management $13,950
HS Restoration $34,701.94
Properties within our township currently or at some point in the past, were insured by the National Flood Insurance Program for damage from flooding. Flood Insurance is underwritten by the National Flood Insurance Program, (NFIP), which is administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, (FEMA). FEMA has identified structures within these Communities that have sustained repetitive flooding and have received claims payments on at least two occasions.
The NFIP allows occupants and owners with property vulnerable to flooding to purchase flood insurance; private companies generally do not underwrite flood insurance because of the high risk involved. In order to continue to keep flood insurance premiums affordable, FEMA and the NFIP must try to address those structures that are repetitively flooded.
FEMA will be surveying these repetitively flooded properties to collect data that will help FEMA understand why these structures are vulnerable to flooding and damages, and what mitigation measures may be feasible to protect them from future damages.
This is notification that the Communities previously listed will be visited by FEMA Teams starting April 26th, 2013 through May 14th, 2013. These Teams will have FEMA identification badges confirming his or her authorization to conduct this survey on behalf of FEMA. The FEMA Teams will need about 15 minutes to observe features about the structure’s construction, assess the structure’s flood vulnerabilities and take photograph of the structure.