Ocean City Council agenda Oct. 23, 2014

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Ocean City Council will discuss the following items when it meets 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23 in City Hall, Ninth Street and Asbury Avenue.

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Ocean City Council agenda Oct. 23, 2014

  1. 1. ORDINANCE No. 14-41 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING T HE EXECUTION OF A DEED OF DEDICATION AND PERPETUAL STORM DAMAGE REDUCTION EASEMENT ON THE RIPARIAN GRANTS LISTED ON SCHEDULE A TO THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY Section 1 . Purpose lt is the intent of the City of Ocean City to giant to the State of New Jersey an easement and right-of-way on the riparian grants identified on the attached Schedule A located in and owned by the City of Ocean City, in order to authorize the State of New Jersey and its duly authorized agents to construct the Great Egg Harbor Inlet to Townsends Inlet, New Jersey Project, as defined in the October 24, 2006 Chiefs Report issued by the Department of the Army. Section 2. Conveyance Authorized The City of Ocean City is hereby authorized to convey to the State of New Jersey by Deed of Dedication and Perpetual Storm Damage Easement an easement and right-of-way for the Great Egg Harbor lnlet to Townsends Inlet, New Jersey Project in, on, over and across the real property owned by the City of Ocean City and identified as riparian grants on the attached Schedule A, located in the City of Ocean City. The consideration for this conveyance shall be the benefits which the City of Ocean City derives from the successful implementation of the said Project. Section 3. Execution of Documents, Appraisals The Mayor or his designee is hereby authorized to execute the appropriate documents to effectuate the conveyance including, but not limited to, deeds and Selleris Residency Certiñcation/ Exemptions and other related documents. Section 4. If any portion of this Ordinance is declared to be invalid by a Court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not affect the remaining portions of the Ordinance which shall remain in full force and effect. Section 5. All ordinances or portions thereof inconsistent with this Ordinance are repealed to the extent of such inconsistency, Section 6. This Ordinance shall take effect in the time and manner prescribed by law. Jay A. Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at a meeting of said Council held on the day of October, 2014, and Will be taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting of said Council held on the day of November, 2014, in Council Chambers at City Hall, 3m Floor, 861 Asbury Avenue, Ocean City, New Jersey, at seven o”clock in the evening. Linda P, Maclntyre, City Clerk
  2. 2. DEPARTMENT OF LAW CÍlTY t()= (Íɧlí', ..›', Í ClTTil' - ~ 1/4 ¡qMERiC/ XS GREATEST FAMILY RESORT Memo DATE: October i7. 20H T0: City Council FROM: Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esquirc RE: Ordinance Grtinling Authorizing the Mayor to Sign u Deed of Dcdication and Perpetual Storm Damage Reduction Easement on Riparian Grants Within thc Southend Beach Replcnishment Project The City has obtained or provided an cascmcnt on every beachfront parccl shown on the Ocean City Tax Map from 34"' Street to Corsons lnlct State Park. However. the City has not provided easemcnts over the riparian lands on which it holds riparian grants. These areas are located between the tax lots and the mean high water line on the beach. This Ordinancc would authorizc the Mayor to sign a pcrpctual easement to the State and the U. S. Army Corps of Engincers over these riparian lands for purposes ol' the beach replenishment project. 861 ASBURYAVENUE. OCEAN CIW, NJ 08226 at, Pri/ HUN on Itncytrlua Vwptw' wwwocn] u: :
  3. 3. ORDINANCE NO. 14-36 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING CHAPTER XXV, ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY Porchcs Side Yards and llospitaligg Zone BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Ocean City, County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, as follows: Section 1. Section 25-107 Definitions of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Rcvised General Ordinanccs of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: Architectuml Projcction shall mean an architectural feature that is differentiated from the main portion of a building. lwy- -i-it! ¡*it-R-'ti+H§-t7ff*4(_l-(-i-ffVé--iñíiiüã (. '~“)-ex-eani+le'vve-~-i I«ukllage-eauwn-Á-zallewêlz-u-wn-, çtlwealaànwssçhl-n tmakproie» llF-H Section 2. Section 25-204271 Qualifications of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Reviscd General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: 25-20412791 Qualifications. ln order to utilize the enhanced standards, the proposed development shall fully satisfy ali of the following qualifications. a. Porclzes. Buíldings shall have a front porch at the elevatíon of the first habilable floor. Designs with one (l) porch above the other, and designs with a deck over a deck where th: upper deck is integrated into tha. - building with a pcnt roof instead of ratlirtg, satisfy this qualification. 'lhe width of the front porch shall be equal to at least onethird (1 /3) of the front building width The porch shall be at least eight feet (8') in depth. l. On comer lots, both street facadas shall have a front porch at or below the elevation of the first habitable floor, which may bu one (1) continuous porch. The width of the porch adiacent to the front yard »the n-muw hañtagü-shall be equal to at least one-third (1 / 3) of the building width, and it shall be at least eight (8) feet in depth. The width of the porch adjacent to the side yard @H-'tf5*-'~t't'ülttf'ft'9f+fíit1f$hau be at least eight feet (8') nteasured from the corner of the building. On comer lots less than fifty (50) feet in width. the minimum required side yard porch depth is four (4) feet. 'lim ~. er»a-i3›e-t= ›~'-? -›irllus-¡ntkele-éeeà-(ovr ilsmr -araéanhiv 'vlhtfi-¡Pà-Pti- »al wnla-solê-; l-purie›l~. « »qainelckiw a--e-rhuclêikxtars(ih-humanis- 2. Buildings on interior lots fifty feet (50') or more in width. except for the Corínthian 2-30/ 1950 Zone, shall have a first floor side porch, which shall be a continuation of the front porch. This side porch shall be at least eight feet (8') in depth and shall extend a minima] distance of six feet (G) from the front building line along the side of the building. 1
  4. 4. 3. The area between the porch deck (or floor) and grade shall be enclosed with solid panels or paneled screen architectural elements. Section 3. Section 25-205.7.8.1 of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Iersey is hereby established as follows: 25-205.7.8.1 Floating Building Envelope. The habitable building area envelope for all floors may be shifted a maximum of eight (8) feet towards the rear lot line to accommodate a front porch per Section 25- 205.7.8.2 of this Ordinance, provided that any decrease in rear yard depth is matched by an equal increase the depth of the front yard. In no case shall the rear yard setback to non-habitable building area such as porches, decks and landings be less than 7.5 feet. The floating envelope may not be employed to extend the building or porch into the required front yard. Section 4. Section 25-205.7.8.2 of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby established as follows: 25-205.7.8.1 Front Porch. Buildings utilizing the provisions contained in Section 25-205.7.8.1 shall have a front porch at the elevation of the first habitable floor. Designs with one (1) porch above the other, and designs with a deá over a deck where the upper deck is integrated into the building with a pent root instead of railing, satisfy this requirernent. The width of the front porch shall be equal to the building width. The porch shall have a minimum depth of eight feet (8') and be designed to comply with Section 25-300.16.1.d. of this Ordinance. Section 5. Section 25-210 Old City Overlay Zone of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: 25-21025 Side Yard. The minimum requirements are based on the lot width as follows: Lot Width One Side Aggregate Side Not more than 35 feet Four feet (11') Eight feet (8') At least 35 feet but not more than 40 feet Four feet (4') Nine feet (9') At least 40 feet but not more than 45 feet Five feet (5') Eleven feet (11') 45 feet and up Five feet (5') Twelve feet (12)
  5. 5. Penmtted Drvurtiorzs in Side Yards. 1. Chimncys may extend no closer than three feet (3') to the side property line. 2. Roof eaves may extend no closer than two and one-half feet (25) of the side property line where the side yard is at least four feet (4'). 3. Roof naves may extend no closer than three feet (3') of the side property line where the side yard is at least five feet (5'). 4. Architectural decoration. P a. Architcctural projections and architecture¡ features may extend no closer than three feet (3') of the side property line where the lot width is less than forty feet (40). Said projection(s) may not exceed a total length that is greater than fifteen percent (15%) of the lot depth. Clúmneys, or the full length or depth of a garage wall are not considered architectural proicctions, 6. Architecture] projections and architectural features may extend no closer than four feet (4') of the side property line where the lot width is forty feet (40') or more. Said pro¡ecb'on(s) may not exceed a total length that is greater than fifteen percent (15%) of the lot depth. Chimncys are not considered architectural projectioxis. 25410.28 Building Height. The maximum permitted building height and number of stories in the Old City Overlay Zone shall be governcd by the underlying zoning requirements. “vlhtll lnwlhlriy- tlize, ~o--lc-~i. -(-3Í_à'-*¡-wltii-tw-›«(›2)-l-wel= ~ih+l7›<l›e-~t--eê~-›. ~in«t<l= e-@lziví; 'ê9vv0w›éla§+Z«ãv-; lf Old City Overlay Standards (Section 25210.1) are utilized, the building height shall be a maximum | of thirty-two feet (32') from ZFE *kl'§r“°llVt"lOt3l*<t1ãl-›-Wllh two and one-half (2.5) habitable stories. Section 6. Section 25-300.1.a.3 Side Yard of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended JS follows: 3. Side Yard. The following side yard cncroachments shall be permitted: (a) Roof eaves and gutters provided they do not exceed eighteen inches 08") 'm width. (b) Fences as permitted by Section 25470014 of this Ordinance. (c) Window fans. (d) Wall and window air-conditioncrs which do not encroach more than twelve inches (12"). (e) Fire cscapcs may be installed on existing build ings in all zone districts in order to comply with the rutrofit life safety requirements of the New Jersey State Department of Community Affairs (D. C.A. ). The location of these projectíons into the existing open space shall be dl the discretion of the Zoning Officer and may project from the building into the existing sich- yard a distance not to exceed four feet six inches (4'6"). A minimum of three 3
  6. 6. feet (3') of clear access shall be maintained between the fire escape and the property line. (f) RÉSERVED. Chêenneysrnealear¡ »na -ihaaeigialxt-si-lniehesfléii) may en-'n wsush-mw-tàeenvicie vaiá-ai= -;-e-wher«. --êiie-~iée-fee'ol-isvtis›«-«fee~i-F~Í)wi«k%›+ wnler-Giüñüívya hwttifêfrf-tiririii-ÊwviV-: ÀWÊFJS í_i? ui-in-iy-cnereagh-icxlro»lhe sitlo-yarti-aremwlii-izqiuxsiée-gaarai»a-»luuiÁ-s-et-HÍ) ue Nitivff (g) Ramps and/ or landings for handicapped access to the first floor, built to current UCC and ADA standards not to exceed four feet (4') in width. A minimum six inch (6“) clearance shall be maintained between the ramp and/ or landing and any obstruction on the adjoining property. (h) Shower enclosures and I-IVAC equipment may extend not more than twenty percent (20%) into the required side yard setback. provided that the shower enclosures do not exceed a height of eight feet (8') above grade, and HVAC equipment and associated screening does not exceed the minimum elevation necessary to comply with FEMA BFE requirements. (i) Steps, landings and terraced waikways providing access only to the Lowest Floor, shall be permitted to extend to within six inches (6") of the side property line, but shall not extend past the nearest edge of the existing sidewalk or sidewaik line established tor the subject block provided: (1) The terraced walkway is constructed of brick, stone or other maintenance-free material. (2) Not more than two (2) risers are constructed behveen landings. (3) Landings shall extend at least three feet (3') in the direction of travel. One (1) detached garage as permitted by the specific district regulatíons provided the garage: (1) ls not located within one foot (1') of the side property line; (2) ls not located within eight feet (8') of the main building; and (3) ls not located on a bayfront, lagoon or oceanfront lot. (k) Architectural Projections and Architectural Features. (1) Archltectural projections and architectural features may extend no closer than three feet (3') of the side property line where the lot width is less than forty feet (40'). Said projection(s) may not exceed a total length that is greater than fifteen percent (15%) of the lot depth. Chimneys, or the full length or depth of a garage wall are not considered architectural projections. (2) Architectural projections and architecturai features may extend no closer than four feet (11') of the side property line where the lot width is forty feet (40') or more. Said projection(s) may not exceed a total
  7. 7. length that is greater than fifteen percent (15%) of the lot depth. Chimncys are not considered architectural projections. Àivshiteeltnçnl¡›n<jvn§+i1°~ñ5-›u<. hwi--Jvoy Wéñtiiñwfrít-: tt- «vastas-Hair» tlw ! °~1(&i›ft'§tl*-9tíl0'¡xt! tl-R9t-W9tt*utzitlwtlgitÊeêitiiN lv-s--fêàâràñui f~i“v| li-Eh, 'l1f";153d -v-tvtaÃ-leregêhvevl-êlltcrewk-et-H-Íi) (ãr-Iífteers-çwi r-Jntw( l É-'àà-&Hlu ~- e-. itla-«sf-êiãa- »tele-karla-wlvá›-§›e= ef-¡+! e--~, «Areegét-àt-tlurG-7Í3H5G5$Zunv, ~-wlv›r~*rthv: ¡trajeelàan slu. ell-i›. t›ê-<~. L.v. =í~. al n êutz-l-lengàl» ! inn l-. unce-thírel-(l / Ê-hal-the-&Htilla eH-Élte-&Àtle-Ínctnlce- (l) through (p) - no change Section 7. Section 25-300.16.1.d Porches of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City. New Jersey i5 hereby amcnded as follows: d. Porches. l. Where a porch is permitted closer to the front lot line than the enclosed portion of the building (such as in the Corinthian Zones), the porch shall be completely open (except for screens) on the front and both sides. Z On the front building wall, and on corner lots the front and side building walls adjoirting a porch, architectural features and projections shall not extend more than eighteen inchcs (18') from said wall(s). 3. Porch roofs shall have a minimum 2 in 12 pitch. 4. Front porches shall be a minimum eight feet (8') in depth, except on the secondary front-age (street-facing side yard) of corner lots less than fifty (50) feet in width, the minimum required porch depth is four (4) feet. 5. Front porches shall have steps that connect to the street level on all lots. Section 8. This Ordinance shall take effect in the time and manner prescribcd by law. Jay A. Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at a meeting of said Council held on the 25th day of September, 2014 and was amended at the table and will be taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting of said Council held on the 23rd day October, 2014, in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey, at seven o'clocl< in the evenlng. Linda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk
  8. 8. Summary - This Ordinance revíses allow porches as a permitted side yard encroachment, and provide reg-ulations perrnitt-ing a floaüng building envelope in the Hospitality Zone. Section 1 revises the definition of Architectural Projection by eliminating the requirement for a 5" offset and the Cantílever prohibition. Section 2 reduces the required porch depth from 8' to 4' in the Design lncentives on the secondary frontage of corner lots less than 50' in width. Section 3 introduces the concept of a Float-ing Building Envelope used in the Old City Overlay to the I-lospitality Zone. The HZ Envelope can only be used to slide the envelope to the rear to accommodate an 8' front porch. No increase in building area or reduction of front yard is permitted. Minimum rear yard is consístent with Corínthían Zone requirements. Section 4 provides requirements for a Front Porch in the Hospitality Zone that must be met in order to use the Floating Building Envelope. Section 5 revises the Old City Overlay zone to allow Architect-mal Projections gdArclútectural Features within the side yard, with the controls that presently apply to Architectural Projections. Building height is revised to correspond with Schedule D. Section 6 revises general Side Yard Encroaclunents to permit Architectural Projections and Architectural Features using the same controls applied in the Old City Overlay controls; and re-inserts the subsection permitting terraced walkways, landings and steps. Section 7 revises the Resident-ial Design requirements pertainíng to porches to establish internal Ordinance consistency with the revision proposed in Section 2 above. September 15, 2014 9/ 15 / 2014 1:55:41 PM
  9. 9. ' SCI-IEULE lmANNmG SOLUTIONS, LLC . '*s: .'¡7l". r~1= Zrun. ~' Code: Rrsii-vrlrprncnvr ~ . ._, ____ _w m . í í. ._-. .›1.-_ Cm( or OCEAN Cmr ORDINANCE No. 14-36 Mgstcr Plan Consísteney Report Introduction. Ordinance 11-36 - "An Ordinance amending and supplementing th: Revised General Ordinnr-: es of the City of Ocean City (Patches, Side Yards and Hospitaliry- 70:12)" was introduced on first reading by City Council on September 75, 2014. According to the September 26, 2014 referml from tln- City Clerk, Ordinance 14-36 will bc advertised according to law and is schedulcd to have second reading and public hearing a! the October 23, 2014 City Council meeting. The "Bulunicipsl Lar-rd Use Lari' provides the Pluuúng Board with thirty-five (35) days from the referral date to prepare, review, adopt and transrnit their consistency report regarding Ordinance 14-36 to City Count-J. M5 40:55D-26 describes the Plmnning Bonrd's responsibility regarding the master plan consistency review as follow: : ". . . the planning board shall atake and transnnl to the governmg body, ruirhin 35 days : :fer refbrrnl. a rvporf including irlentrjirannn of any prvi-islot: : in the proposed development rcgulntion, rerriszan or amcndmcnt : which an' rnconsisltnt tutti¡ the master plan mui recommendations concerning those inconsislenaes and an¡ other matters as the board : Items appropriate. " While fomrerly only zoníng Ordinances . md amendments thereto were required to be submitted to the planning board, lt is now clear from the wording in N15 4055D-26 that all "development regulador! ? must bn referred to the planning board for comment and report. The stntute requires that every zoning ordinance must "either be subatantinlly consistem with the land use plan . and housing plan of the master plan. or designed to effectuale such plan elements” The "Master Plan" referred to henrin is the C_í_ty_of (kem ("ig Liam-r Flag . rdopted February 3, 1988, and as subsequently amended by the Planning Board. Ordinance S urnmagy, Ordinance 14-36 will allow porches as a permitted side yard encroachment, and provides rngulatíons pemritting a floating building envelope in the Hospltality Zone. ln addition, the following revisions urc proposed by Ordinance 14-36. - Section 1 revises the definition of Arclritzctural Projecrion by eliminnting the requimment for a 5" offset and the cantileva' prohibition - Section 2 reduces the required porch depth from 8' no 4' in the Design lnccrxtivcs on the wcondary frontage of comer lots less than 50' in width. - Section 3 introduces the Flmhng Building Enzvlope, currently mnployed in the Old City Overlay to tire Honpitality Zone. The HZ Envelope muy only be used to slide the 33 Huçgingham Drive¡ Fm; Harbor Townslrig¡ IN] (E3234 - 609 365 ! g2
  10. 10. Ordinance No. 14-36 Master Plan Consistengy Report envelope rearward to accommodate an 8' front porch. No increase in building area or reduction of front yard is permitted. Minimum rear yard requirements are consistem with Corinthian Zone. Section 4 provides requirements for a Front Porch in the Hospitality Zone that must be met in order to use the Floating Building Envelope. Section 5 revises the Old City Overlay zone to allow Architect-areal Projections anàd Architectural Features within the side yard, with the controls that presently apply to Architectural Project-íons. Building height in the Old City Overlay Zone is revised to correspond with Schedule D. Section 6 revises general Side Yard Eucroachnuznts to permit Architectural Projections and Architectural Features using the same controls applied by the Old City Overlay controls; and re-inserts the subsection pemiitting terraced walkways, landings and steps. Section 7 revises the Resident-iai Design requirements pertaining to porches to establish íntemal Ordinance consistency with the revision proposed in Section 2 above. Ordinance 1466 was amended by City Council at introduction to add "side yard" to §25- 20427.1.a.1 as follows: On corner lots, both street facades shall have a front porch at or below the elevation of the first habitable floor, which may be one (1) continuous porch. The width of the porch adjacent to the front yard shall be equal to at least one-third (1 / 3) of the building width, and it shall be at least eight (8) feet in depth. The width of the porch adjacent to the side yard shall be at least eight feet (8') measured from the corner of the building. On corner lots less than fifty (50) feet in width, the minimum required side yard porch depth is four (4) feet. 'lhe attached Ordinance* highlights the addition: : and deletíons proposed by Ordinance 14-36. Any Conflict between the attached ordinance and the Ordinance introduced by City Council will be decided in favor of City CounciYs version Conclusion. As noted above the Planning Boards responsibility in terms of the master plan consistency review is to identify any provisions in Ordinance 14-36 which are inconsistent with the Master Plan, and make recommendations concerning those inconsistencies and any other matters as the Board deems appropriate. In deñning "substantial consistency" the Supreme Court in Manalapaiz Realty v4 Township Conmzittee made it dear that some inconsistency is permítted "provided it does not substantially or rrtateríally undermine or distort the basic provisions and objectives of the Master Plan. " The "Municipal Land Use Law" does not define the term inconsisten t.
  11. 11. Ordmaxxce No, !+30 Mas-tor ljLin Consistung Remrt Ordinance 14-36 advances the following Ocean City Master Plan Objbctivcs: > To encourage nmnicipal action which uviII guide the long-range appropnate usc and development of ! ands : within the City of Ocean City in a manner uvhieh vuill promotc the public kcalth, suifsty, and gcneml ruelfam ofpresent : md futwr resida¡ ts. To provide ¡Idequate light, mr and open 577m1. To encoumgr coardinanon of the numrrous regulutions and activities Iuhich injluencc land develnpvncnt zuith a goal of pmducing cjficient uses of land : uilh appropriate dewlopnrent types and 50th'. To pronxotc a desimbk visuaI/ pfzysical environment for rzsidents . md visitors by updating the Citg/ 's Ordinances and through aentwe development techniques that recognizes the ennímnmeixtal assets and cvnstraints of individual development sites. To prvnmk' urcintectzzral detail and design standards as essential components of new daelopnrent. To ivminhzin and upgrade the Citi/ s lnausing stock. l have turefully reviewed Ordinance 14-36 and the Ocean City Master Plan. Based on this xevicw and advancement of the Master PL-. n Objectivas» noted above, xt Ls my prolemonal opinion that Ordinance 14-36 is consistent with the Ocean City Iwíaster Plan. Respectivcly submitted. Randall E. Scheulu, PP/ AICP New Jersey Professional Planner License No. LÉOO3665 October 2, 2014
  12. 12. Ordinance No. 14-36 Master Plan Consisteng Repg_r_t ORDINANCE NO. 14-36” AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTINC CHAPTER XXV, ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REVISED ORDlNANCES OF THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY Patches Side Yards and Hospitalitx Zone BE lT ORDAINED by the: Mayor and Council of the City of Ocean City, County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, as follows: Section 1. Section 25-107 Definitions of Chapter )O(V "Zoning and land Development” of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amcnded as follows: ¡irchxtecttzral Prtgiecñon shall mean an architecturdl feature that is diffcrentiated from the main portion of a building_ by s. !Éuíêêíátítüz-êtfiF-“Ff-f-«f-Hvrtü-'Êr 74H ') «xx-asatàlcve, ezdàamltiing seeííen-shalhvst lr» e<r›a'+s+àe§=9qâ- att-au §ag¡-_'«>êa= §~. Section 2. Section 25204.21] Qualifícations of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development” of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amcnded as follows: 25-204.27.1 Qualif ications. ln order to utilize the enhanced standards, the proposed development shall fully satisfy . all of the following qualifications. u. Porches. Buildings shall have a front porch at the elevation of the first habitable floor. Designs with one (1) porch above the other, .md designs with a deck over a deck where the upper deck i5 integrated into the building with a pent roof instead of railing, satisfy this qualification. The width of the front porch shall be equal to . xt least one-third (1/3) of the front building width. 'lhe porch shall b: : at least eight feet (8') in depth. I. On comer lots, both street facades shall have a front porch . at or below the elevation of the first habitable floor, which may be one (1) continuous porch The uridth of the porch adyacnznt to th: : tro¡: L_ytttitva-êhe-naçmwisont. tgeshall
  13. 13. Ordinance No 14-36 Maçggr Plan COTLSÍSÍEDQ' Regort be equal to at least one-third (l/3) of the building Widthqnltí rt shall bg_. _g ; Mgígiiítz : jn depth. The width of the porch ggjgjpt tgiizgsiclujyng «-»¡-+í'-. ›:>-5›J+í-R4l-lio4-ta›ge-$h. 1l be at least eight feet (8') measured from the comer of the buildingnfni : nmer l_nx-. _l_. :~u than fiftyifjmgeygin mtirã___tiig rggiirngirn4gguirutl ÍTUJÀVÀEVAÁÍ-'Y ccrch rlvjulj. L: ÍQ11[[-¡)lt: ›.1 TL- : t¡v§ó-bÕÊ3~L'°Í'-Íx línwpêfoüh-xics. É *zxvirflñàtñâá-HWE _rjlz-eeleâha-ilrltu* a~-: '-»; k.~: ed-vit'! n 5(J'i§t'l~pr3ñ¡3i5~Oi pa: velar; screen m -jêznecaue aheleiiu-àizs- . Buildings on interior lots fifty feet (50') or more in width, except for the Corinthian 2-30/ 1950 Zone, shall have a first floor side porch, which shall be a continuation of the front porch. This side porch shall be . at least eight feet (8') in depth and shall extend a minima¡ distance of six feet (6) from the front building line along the side of the building. The area between the porch deck (or floor) and grade shall be enclosed with solid panels or paneled screen architectural elements. S_e_c__tion 3, Section 25-205.7.8.1 of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development” of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby established as follows: 25›205.7.8.1 Floating Building Envelope. 'lhe habitable building arca envelope (m . ill l77_à. _r_§_ may be shifbed a maximum of eight (8) feet towards the rear lot line to accommodate a front porch per Section 2S-205.7.8.2 of this Ordinance, provided that any decrease in rear yard depth i5 matched by an equal increase the depth of the front yard. ln no case shall the rear yard GGÍbaCKJQIL-, hâtjilglg buzldzvwç . zrça such A. p_›qr_che-s_aie. .:'›_s and lgthll[lg&i___be less than 7.5 feet. The floating envelope may not be employed to extend the building or porch into the required front yard. setting; Section 2S-205.7.8.2 of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby tstablishcd as follows 25-205.7.8.1 Front Porch. Buildings utilizing the provlsions contained in Section 25-205.7.B.1 shall have a front porch . at the elevatioxi of the first habitable floor. Designs with one (I) porch above the other, and designs with a deck over a deck where the upper duck is integrated into the building with a pent roof imtead of railing, satisfy this requitemvnl The vidüi of the front _ _e 'di d . :d FACES
  14. 14. Ordinance No. 14-36 Master Plan Qgnsistengy Remrt porch shall be equal to the building width. 'lhe porch shall have a minimum depth of eight | feet (8') ; t: C'»ÍSIÉY1§”ÍÍ_ÍÔ_COIUDÍ'›' : cnh “íe-: rnwzi ZS-Bflíllcxl d'O¡ this OFdtLhlnCt'. Section 5. Section 25410 Old City Ovcrlay Zone of Clmpter ? ON "Zoning and Land Development” of the Revised General Ordinanca of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amendcd as Íollows: 25410.25 Side Yard. The minimum requirements are based on the lot width as follows: Lot Width One Side Aggegte Sid_ Not more than 35 feet Four feet (4') Eight feet (8') At least 35 feet but not more than 40 feet Four feet (4') Nine feet (9') At least 40 feet but not more than 45 53°' Five feet (5') Eleven feet (11') 45 me¡ and up Five feet (5') Twelve feet (l2') Pertuittcd Deviations m Side Ynrds. 1. Chímneys may extend no closer than three feet (3') ho the side property line. 2 Roof eaves may extend no closer than two and one-half feet (2.5') of the side property line where the side yard is at least four feet (4'). 3. Roof eaves may extend no closer than three feet (3') of the side property line when-r the side yard is at least ñve feet (5'). 4. Architecture! decoration. 5. Architectural projcctions @Lgrphnucmral fcnt11_rg's__may extend no closer than three feet (3') of the side property line where the lot width is less than Íorty feet (40'). Said projection(s) may not exceed a total length that is greater than lifteen percent (15%) of the lot depth Gúnmcys, or the full length or depth of a garage wall are not considered architectural projectlons. 6. Archítectural proicctions _çnd_ Àrçíutecturgl_Ímtgggnlay extend no closer than four feet (f) of the side property line where the ! ot width is forty feet (40) or -zà ›- m, _ __ m: «- PAGE 6
  15. 15. Ordinance No. 14-36 Mash-r Plan Consiste-ng Reggrt more. Said projection(s) may not exceed a total length dia! is greater than fiftecn percent (15%) of the lot depth. Chimneys are not considered archítectural projections. 2S-2l0.2.8 Building Height. The maximum permitted building llcight_. _._lln: l_niimlrj' of 5líjsrjt“_ln the 01d City Clvcrla'. =_í"a: 'w- : hall lÍLjOVCIIÍCCLbV the uncicrjyjng zn1ixzy_r_ggig_e_: _r; _-. _rjts_. ÇÊImÃYr-li-: Êêrl-írêf- tiuee-feet-(-"~Í3›')-wçtàezwr-"(2)-babel' §s›55e. r§e~-n¡ die-Oklljoty--Gvei . My-Zaue- If Old City Overlay Standards (Section 25210.1) ame utilized, the building height shall be a maximum of tízirtzutvan fcetglLtx-om ZÀFI_1l¡B4y~íiw= -!m4-(3§à)-wíth two and one-half (2.5) habitable stories. . Section 6. Section 25-300.1.a.3 Side Yard of Gtapter XXV "Zcning and land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: 3. Side Yard. The following side yard encroachments shall be permitted: (a) Roof eaves and gutters provided they do not exceed eighteen inches 08") in width. (b) Fences as permitted by Section 25470014 of this Ordinance. (c) Window fans. (d) Wall and window air-condítioners which do not encroach more than twelve inches (12"). (e) Fire cscapes may be installed on existing buildings in all zone districts in order to comply with the retroât life safety requirements of the New Jersey State Department of Community Affairs (DCA. ) The location of these projections into the existing open space shall be at the discretion of the Zoning Officer and may project from the building into the existing side yard a distance not to exceed four feet six inches (4'6"). A minimum of three feet (3') of clear access shall be maintained between the fire escape and the property line. (f) RFF É A LX ff D. __G'nin= .a ! +3 yHieelee; »ex «tlmn-eigl¡teLm-nc~hes-(-ltv~) : :say 05h(IOGÉFÉHÚ›Íl>-í~S§(Í(~fú! -L: '~Fêê-WlN-é~- e§n~síàe~ynç«ir¡: ~§veÍcx›t-(b9-wkk~0v x_ r . aí PAGE7
  16. 16. Ordinance No. 14-36 Manter Plan Cnncgtizgjcgcr; «Ae-C» -~: .eyzat-~i. ~gêa, -s-à»eártwrlve«iñelàas fl?1)v-§? v«y›0¡í~'gegzgkggr. ; u. , - íLl-3-ya›qul-. wg. ›-wàe+›, ~§›«›aeJ-: jàmzl fzmf-iÍ-ewbÇí 'pef-vvêaizet- (g) Ramps and/ or landings for handícappcd . icccss to the first floor, built to current UCC and ADA standards not to exceed four feet (-2') in w-idtht A minimum six inch (6") clcarance shall be maintained between the ramp and/ or Landing and any obstruction on the adjoining property. (h) Shower enclosuxt-. s . and HVAC equipment may extend not more than twenty pcrcunt (20%) into the requirud side yard sctback, provided that the Shower enclowres do not exceed a height of eight feet (8') above grade, and HVAC equipment and associated screening does not exceed the minimum elevation necessary to comply with FEMA BFE requirements. (i) Steps, landings and terraced walkways providing access only to the Lowest Floor, shall bn: permitted to extend to within six inches (6") of the side property line, but shall not extend past the ncarest edge of the existing sídewalk or sidewalk line esmblished for the subject block provided: (l) 'Fhe terraced walkway 'Lc constructcd of brick, stone or other maintenance-free material, (2) Not more than two (2) rísers are constructed between landings. (3) Landings shall extend at least three feet (3') in the direction of travel. (j) One (1) detnched garage as pcnnitted by the specific district regulations provided the garage: ( 1) ls not located within one foot (1') of the side property line; (2) ls not located within eight feet (8') of the : min building; and (3) ls not located on a bayfront. lagoon or oceanfront lot. (la) Arrh: _7_-. A: 113ml PrCj-; t 1:. " ns. and_v'trchitectux. lLFcaturei (1) Fuchitcrcn; piLprojechcma . and a_rrllx_z_tgu_ral lualmjç? tnav «. '*n^_t«'x1_d : :o Clcscr : Mn three fr-'t (É) of the snlt- nrop_erty_]_1nc whom ! lu ? mt ~'1tl'. ':i: :› ÍrSS than fnrty_ feet @IL 7L. :IJ_PTTÓ'ÍPH¡*-'1(S! !NOVHUCCXCEÊÓ . x total length th. : r í viola-s_
  17. 17. Ordinance No 14-36 M ater flarLÇçnsstgncg- Remrt i. ~.grea°^. 'rti_1;m fiftgyi' gcrr-i-rvt (152) qftiie Em cr-¡wth íjiirizrsuy. , o¡ ; He ml] length m' «leptii QL. . varagc wall . rrtgrict conwíured arçãirtgeâcnxydtprcbz; mu), (V) ¡Krnluzectuinl PICÍPÇHgII~ and . nvzlxitefhirnl Íuzitjurçunay exteng ! íftijlüsêl thr-. n Íninject MjpLtne *sldt grogerti line where the lot width¡ [y tv ÍLP! (Éijjlcr Prix-z . Cam; fr_: :_'_›2uft3'~. ' Ijllííf' J. t '. 'I'. CÍI'“1;'il:3ÍT¡Í~'rlcjñfll r'-~ : t i5 gzgegter tlmn fifkfiilvnêlftlll (1513) ol_ tl; lot d 51th Chnnne§fs an: r~. _u_r ÇOnaidrJg-. i aitiutyx tule] LHIJLUCIÍOHS: Neehitça (mal; às«ireetácwrs-: aiçlhasà›= ›)›-w«i++duwevmay+›_-. I›uré4iit~- ! Êtê-«Eêquisnui : :tele-jf-Ftfziitfài-ü-Éttt* tliaamgjiaszn iudacazrfês' à, andebol: 5H3t_-e_›; ›-gçd.34._. t.g| k-ng-*Êroí 5eí§eerv-Ê~-= ,-(-1-Ê›'-)›r»vIr5-íeer› ¡“'--)6-$vtÍr~-~wré§i+~›í ¡Éaê-Pêõ-*ó* Íttcndc. vlttéiãe-'eo t"4lf5f7;'tfhttpítáh-limõlimçili** WHEN? liliupççjojfí HGB sisazâl-Beuixçcecàa tv-tal-'reayfiawtsraeíã Hi'-t'-ÉÃ4Ô^vi «ílwêyíei ! ãse-wkisiroi-&àcu-serle í : :de (l) through (p) - no change Section 7. Section 2.5-300.16.1.d Porches of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development” of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City. New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: d. Porrhes. 1. Where a porch is pennitted closer lo the front lot line than the (znclosed portion ot' the building (such as in the Corinthian Zones), the porch shall be completely open (except for screenc) on the front and both side». 2 On the front building wall, and on comer lots the front and side building walls udjoirting a porch, architecture! features and projections shall not extend more than eighteen inches O8") from said wa1l(s). 3. Porch roofs shall have a minimum 2 in 12 pitrh 4. Front porches shall be a minimum eight feet (8') in depthgmç ¡Qzidury figirttaec (_~Vtz'_ect«fa; ñiru; _5í_du verei) of cqnjgr l0_t: .__l_›. ?.s's thariyfifty (5D) ÍCEÍ in_ wuith, ÍilrrvlIHZÚITIUHLÃLCLLHJÍlVJXÇh diff: l: - flljjj' fé* t3.; t, 5. Front porches shall have steps that connect to the street level on all los. d* -~ E! ? _y í_ r í _ n ? A659
  18. 18. Ordinance No. 14-36 Mastmjrjílnn Consistency Report Section 8. This Ordinance . shall take effect in the time and manner prescribed by law. Jay A. Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at a meeting of said Council held on the x day of 2014, it was amcnded and was taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting of said Council held on the x day of 2014, in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey, at seven dclock in the evening. Linda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk September 15, 2014 9/15/2014 1:55:41 PM 1o/2/14
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  20. 20. CTTY Oi* OCEAN 'CilTY ANlERlC/ VS GRLUl *l FAMILY RÍÉXURI OFHCIE OF CITY CLFKK : :z-rà-Í Tsxr : Cet -7 «gw- - rx. . September 26, 2014 Ocean City Planning Board c/ o Jaime Cornell-F inc. Board Secretary 1 i5 12"* street Ocean City, New Jersey 08226 Dear Ms. Fine: ln aocordance with N. J.S. A 40:5$: D-62. l am transmitting a copy of Ordinance #14-36: An Ordinance Amcnding and Supplmienting Chapter XXV, Zoning . md Land Development of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, lgarchg, Side Yands and Hospitnlityjgng. This Ordinance was introduced on first reading by City Council on September 25, 2014 at thcir regular meeting. This Ordinance will be advertiscd according to law and is schcduled to have second reading and public hearing at the October 23. 2014 regular council meeting. Kindly present (hi: - ordinancc to the Ocean City Planning Board for its review for consistcncy with the city's land use element in accondance with the Municipal Lund Usc Law. Should you have any questions. you may contact rue at 525-9323. Sincercly, ' da P. Maclntyrc íty Clerk Enclomre c: .lay Gillian. Mayor Michael Dattilo. Business Administrator James hlallon, Exccutivc Assistant Roger LlcLarnon. Director of Community Operations Dorothy McCrosson, City Solicitar ! bl ASBLTRY AVENUF. OCIAN CITY. N] 02226 (vñtl-SZSJPJZK PAN 6"¡*)-399›03(vb
  21. 21. ORDINANCE NO. 14-37 AN ORDINANCE : XNIENDÍNG AND SUPPLEMENTING CHAPTER XXV. ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES 01-' TIIE CITY OF OCEAN CITY CENTRAL BLÍSINESS [CB] ZONE B1: IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Occnn City. County of Cape May, State ofNcw Jersey, as follows: Section l. Section 25405.1 CB, Penim¡ Business ? mic of Chapter XXV “Zoning and Land Development" of the Revi scd General Ordinances of the City ofOccan City, New Jersey is hereby . intended as follows: 25205.1 cn, rcngmi Business zongj 25-205.1.1 Purposc. The Central Business Zone established in Section 25 201.2 of this Ordinmcc is intcndcd to provide a focal point of retail activity and professional otTces in clusc proxjmity io ihc historícal ccnicr ot' town, m : iccordance with the provisions of NJ. S.A. 40:55D-2(g). (Ord. #07-31. §? .) 25405.12 Pcrmitted Uses. One or more of the following uses shall bc pcrmittcd on any lot in. the ("B Zone. a. Retail sales and retail services; b. Banks. saving: and loan associutions. federal credit unions; c. Municipal facilities deemed ncccssary and : ipprcpr-. ate by the govcming body of the City of Ocean City, d' _l-'. _~. i~. -;›+'~é¡›~l-~-4;. . . ~ «. i.4_›? x.. '_§uc§; -¡› , Û. ..Ç_. ... _;J, a.'. f_›. _ lkqmly A, l¡¡3Pç_-; Ê;. _~ç r. . HCJilh clubs; A ---'-é. ~'zz-. i›= «lry_ «il v -. lcuiieái-, érie c. Restauniuts; (excluding time-through rci-tnumnts). and other eating establishments including but not limited to cafes. coffee shops. luncbconettcs, pizzcrias, Snack shops. baketíes and sidcwalk cafcs; l¡. ›tii. ›-: -z=9é-é-aeií --w pl »ses-well . w v» wie-vea-riíw- liw4v-ikist-líéwi-l n, v= »we-aew f. ¡i!1'§rai“i'^'t§di'~ -n-. s w--l"'-_Qpt: *H-1íi§~i Wvlv-Vvzz-“iêêrliê : g-_Mi wz'ti-*. l5t“›~'f^9~v'-¡'“~ w-ê-írvi-; iriit h3i-1iWüii§ñÉ-%“? ¡~“'-vis-f-§xv! ê'9:y+(| §3w1l~t »wc «e r4ç-gí-Lne-4--i. ›.2 . ..Jem plívãàieçiwi : ;.. ›:. A_, .~t›kef-Içl4e- | v~xl1l›«§^; §+c; -tõ~e: ~4°~°"liiif-@WÉQESHMWIi1*i-Êinvzeê-ft-Ê-t* -. -miwa-êlee-êli v* -' wlwíea-'el-l 39m c›l~-i: _v-1-›: e-Êéçee-. -v-í-Êaxstn-»i! oüw--itivcv-. iinl Iloinc iiesiigi *ltniiit* (izicluditig '~l10'rt"i“! ':1. Wrttjc. 'Mircliouuc . .nl trcpl; provided . ill materials . md CQHIPIUCUI ; irc utrwd, .md all lhhricution 3nd rritraiiiig continua-il, u tlitln _- complctcly ciiclosed bLllíllliL'. lig. Essential services; 2- Ali0431-'êê-üé-lívlWmwtfwlálêQfkiêel ---- -»~›3«; .› 194% (Ord. ::07-31. §2) 25405.13 Conditional Uscs. .a. Quasi-public uses subject to Section 25408.31 and b. Residcntinl dwclling units in u mixed-use building subject to Section 25-20825. c. Educational uses subject to Section 25208.11 of this Ordinance.
  22. 22. (Ord. #07-31. §2) 25-205.l.4 Permltted Accessory Uses. (t. Manulíicturing. assembly . ind fabricatíon clcurly incidental to the Conduct of H-iciztii-ÍIÍC pnncipal business in ivhich no rnorc than four (4) persons ; irc employed. b. On-sitc storage of gOOdSürvin-Êfiii--i-i-h-*iiv-v-lniwlft-Iuitli'l--í3i-Êiit*tVÊ"-iiv*-et'5r-si-iñtwftãsv--h Piuiêssiewxailüllitc c. Signs in accordancc with this Scction 25-170029 ol' this Ordinance; (1 Solid wastefrecyclablc material storage in accordance with Section 2547003¡ of this Ordinance; e. Landscaping. buffets and screening in accordancc with the requirements set fonh in Section 25- 1700; l t". OtT-strcd ? parking areas, m-. tl-tnick bciths and loading decks. g. l-'cnccs and walls in : iccordnnce with Section 25-170114 of this Ordinance. h. Other customary acccssory uses. buildíngs and structures. which are clearly incidental to ihc pnneipal use(: ~) and building(s). i. Open mic entcrtainmcnt. (Ord. #07-31, §2) Central Business Zone-Schedule of District Regulations (Subscction 25405.15) . Nlii-imum Lo: Zone Minimum Lot Width . inrl Lo'. .Klinimuvii Yrd iuimum &Cuimnm M u tra/ T. Disuict Area l l-'rontnye Requirements Min. Building Height (22) Building lmpewiru. S uarc l-ceii Feet Feet Coverzge Cnvrr v: (percent) Interior Corner
  23. 23. I NOTES TO SCHEDULE: (l) ln all zone districts, the minimum front yard setback shall be as indicated on Schedule B. "Schedule of Front Yard Sethick Deptiis by Street" Where development is proposed on lots : idjacerit tn : i street noi listed on Schcduie B. the front yard shall be the ; iverrige sctbick of the adjrccnt building: on the entire block. as determined from n certified survey provided by the ; ipplicant/ owncr. (2) (3)Reserved. (d) The minimum required lot depth. lot frontrige and lot area indicated shall be provided, except that lots with less than the required lot depth. frontrige and lot area ut the time of adoption of this Ordinance, shall o bc deemed to be ccnforming for the purposes oflot depth. lot frontage and lot . irei (5)- (9.1) Reserved (Mi No side yard shall be required for nonresidcntral uses on . iny flvaor level. Two (2) side yards. ofnct less / f-Jt-í** than four feet (of) each shall be required for second and/ or third floor residcnuxil uses. (22) Building. height for commercial und mixed-use building: : is measured from Base Flood Elcvmon +1.' hhtxrmum building height is determined by the cciling hcight ol' the lowest floor rnay bc increased above ferry-cnc feet (J 1') prowdcd the ceiling height ibove the fim fuiislzed floor is increased us speciñed in the following: table' Long¡ FIDQL- lo-Cemar' [might BuQdLgHeigh( [FlqrLgçg/ ;Q Qui/ gang Height (Pitçjrgd Root) I | i2 feet or '(35) 32 feet as feet | i2.: - i3 feet 33 feet 39 fcct I 13.1 - l-Z fcct 34 feet 40 (cet I 14.1 - ls feet 35 feet 41 tcct | l$. l feet or more l6 feet 36 feel 42 lcet SCHEDULE A-Sclicdulc o( District Regulatiom (Section 25-209. l) SCHEDULE B-Schcdule of Front Yard Setback Depths by Streettsection 25-2092) SCHEDULE CeSchedule of Side Yard Sctbacks (Section 25209.3) (Ord. #07-31, §2; Ord. #08-12, §4; Ord. #09-28, §l2) 25405.15 Building Design. a. Gem-ral Guidelines. l. lnfill building design should be consistem »with the design of significant buildings that already' exist on adjacetit lots. 2. New buildintrs should strivc for a contextual approach to design. A contextual design approach does not mean that new buildings should imitate older buildings. but rather that they should be sensitive to the surroimding built and natural environment. 3. New buildinizs should provide an appropriate harmotiio-. is relaticnship to existing nearby structures in terms of height and scale. 4. The height nnd scale ol' new buildings should be similar to that of the surrounding area, or aniculated or subdivided into mitâSlng that is more or less proponicnal to otlicr structures in the ama and m. iintains the existing architecture] rhythm 5. The scale of new iriñll buildings should be sensitive to pcdestririns. Large 'nuildings should contain design elements for cntmnce ways. plazas, facades. and general street level design that crentes : i street frontnge that i: .ittrzictive and plcrisant for pedcitririns. o. The selection of building design elements_ such as materials. fencstmiion. color, texture. etc. , should ensure thrit such treatment is linnnonious with lhnt prevalcnt in the area where such prevalence exists and such harmony is dcsirable. -v continuing : i particular design feature or statement_ is cncouraged. z. The incorporando of dcsimble design features in the : unounding . rea, for example. 8. When the development consists of or mcludcs a building addition, the addition should lx: designed to reflect the existing building in terms of scale, fencstnition and color. A change in scale, for example. may require a transitional design element between the addition and thc existing building. 9. The lowcst floor in commercial and mixed-use buildings should be elevatcd to the greatest exteiit practical to comply with EFE requirements. b. Design Standards. The following requirements shall apply to all new development_ zidditions. alterations. rcnovations to front building íacades, and modíñcations . ilfwting the commercial floor . trea.
  24. 24. Buildings should be compatible in temts of their placernent on the lot. height, general design, atohitecturnl embcllishmcnt, facadc treatment. and finish materials. l. Minimum ist Floor Commercial Floor Arm. FUHWCtHl- Fifteen hundred (1.500) _ay-mai square feet or fiñy percent (50%) of the t1; . = lot area_ whicbever results m the greater floor area. 4 --ílirfrêfrtí 2. 'lhe trtinitrtum required interior floor-to-ceiling height for new ñrstt floor commercial space ou-tlw-grotaui-lew-i twme-sêeéx-'ê-. aÍvv-»t-oí shell be twelve feet (l2'). This minimum ceílíng height mziy be reduced to eight feet (8') when brildings are being', renovated to comply vith BFE requirements. 3. Minimum Interior Store Width. Twenty-four feet (24'). I 4. Tntnsparent windows equal in area to not less than 4x45»- ferry-five percent (N) 45%) of the ñrst floor commercial tmífs front facade are required subject to the following' (n) Buildings located on comer lots shall meet this requirement for both streebfacing facades. (b) Windows shall use clear or lightly tinted glass. except for decomtive or architectural accents, typicul ot' commercial storefrortts and not of the type llllllZC on residcntial dwellings. Rcflective glass is not an acceptahle window ntaterial. (c) Windows shall allow pedestriuns unobstructed views into the building or lnto display windows ñ-om the outside extending at least ten feet (l0') into the ÍIIÍCTÍOL-(Âêrebeiy- estético¡ residentónlss-_wl-g wéP-éêw-«te-'s- #vê pe-? íêêmctvl (d) The percentage of glass shall be celculatcd by measuring the height (from the bztsc of the front wall to the top of the first wall plate) and width of the front wall of the commercial unit. and the area of glass within the main frame(s) of the windows and doors. Frames. grid; and mullions shall not be included in this calculation. 5. Front Entry. An entry from the street providing access to the upper floors is required on all lots forty feet (40') or greater in width. This entry shall be secondary in terms of design to the primary access for the commercial space. ê4~+x§ev-›ot<lv-Heet-5À+~. -e-i-ã›e- -rxílévwrfeàiü-! H- nwwrêâeatlirllvmiimrbwêtlêãw' «HM-- -iÍ*-_§é1›àe~. '~n$o~~ _. : TíB-yleealecwielhe-lltvnl-&ea-&eut-w-! crtgétezàte-«wiultêv-uiãet-Aeet-hlllàor-ene-&l-iul 4434426 ¡meilwiuv wLhwvâêên-Wiwclr-w-t-#Hetwrutncl ¡wetêêy-Éàeitvãen ¡u~«~§3-$L)-! §H¡«; =9lr í-&í-PvíÇlKtr-"ê-ri-tir* '-»w-ic-«pettêqitt-: cl-oeê-lhe-¡ew-e-rwwvl-tñbl-«t1enuã-ti. ~.= -kweêeL-Puqçlmram¡ de. i mm. - liíK-peñtililtnl-utHité-gãñétê--vl¡mvióiitgãr U--Ret~Í-«1v~, Ã-»nre-prahibrt-'a l-tm-têze§i<›n&~v«›a~ê§++evi-H3)<_›f4lae-luiiklingç »Mali-rw -t -ii-à-lviiihk' $51*95v"*i'<-'”'tt1;jt*lt? ?^›°›^*^*i5*ÚC¡Ê^°)>%: liHH-ih^-Hlll'l§éil~l0-i-'~r›g~<°í-. -.-¡eê-H4QÃQ-94 -zl›e›.9et'»nw. t, -vlt-OlÍ-GEJfrJW . cw-r-. wxlà-&rwe -- »i nImr›~_~: ›s§»i›-l›~= ll 'lh*--4:l5_1'tt'<l~Ç-vi-t| tIltlllH! IT)-~Ê- -›~. --. 'c-~-'-4_¡›í)-§t'~: -e-e-4ltv«exigirá-GMM l-Mltlth: : l0. Building: located on comer lots shall treat both street &ontages ; as front facadas in terms l of architecture. and SCÍb8Ck. S.r. ln! loJ0tit? §,-pti. l~,1a, » «cido-xl» ll. To nccommodate food preparation. venting for the entire ñrst floor to the roof is required. l i2. Flat TOOÍS are i0 bc enclosed by a parapet. &ertvntwitldaeñ-Gp HPW'êi'tftríü”g*flhf^^r. 13. Vinyl and aluminum siding on front facadcs is prohibited. i4, Front facades shall be designed to be compatible with adjacent . structures in terms of vertical and horizontal building elements. and to provide interest to pedcstrians through the ttse of architectural relief. selection ot' materials and components, window and door frames, pediments, columns, etc. lS. Where the side of n building is visible from an . tdjoiníng property or the public rightof- way. the design and materials used on the front facada shall bc extended to ut least one-third (113) of the buildingb side facade. 16. All new structures shall have the primary entmnce oriented toward the street o: public wallcway, with direct. barrierofree md convenient pcdcstrinn.
  25. 25. l7. Buildings ou : eeorncr lou shall have the main entrance on the primary street (Asbury Avenue or Central Avenue). This rutuiremen: docs not prmludc additional rear or stdc entranccs fâñltf ¡›«-›'r, ::: -_: xà-Eee«. lS. The landscaping. lighting. signage and necessary features such as street furniture and hardware. trash stomge, and mechanical equipment shall be consistem! with established norms and contpattble vith the inñll design. (Ord. ::07-31. §2) 25-205.l.7 Vacunt Lots. Any lot within the Central Busincna Lone kept vucnnt for more than one hundred cighty (180) days shall be lanáscapcd . and there-after mziiwaircd in order by the owner. The l-. mdacapuig shall bc appropriate to an urban pari( or garden. (Ord. #07-31_ §2) 25405.13 Oii-Street Parking and Loading. t. Off-street parking spaces shall be provided as notcd: l. Retail Sales (including Pet Shops). No pnrking spaces required. tàne+l~›v¡»--1 énf- pucc- 432-: -Hvüi _v : -tt-: -ê$2›: ›L»~~-tl H ; U1331k-«. ;»J›-xt-. ~-leet, mr tam. Iuuullirvc-wt”. 2. Banks. savings and loan Associations. federal credit unions. One (I) parking space for each three hundred ññy (350) âquarc feet of : rosa floor area and one (l) space for every four (4) employees on the shift *with the largest number of empíoyees. «í-«ea “í-lllíklàá o«t«tho«-0q~. llii¡rnee: ~ 3. Personal Service Shops. No parking spaces required. ?Há-gia . e1-. t-+e›. -+4›-. -.: ~,-. -- 7'71- ÊLw-r-l 7 : no37tirkliukthtqeür'. 4. í)-h~caz. ea. ~o. «n~-. -t'~›iíee-sle~-yw. Restaurants (excluding drive-through restaurants), and other eating cxtublishments includzng but nct limited to cafcs_ coffee shop. , tuncheonettes, pizzarias, snack shops and bakerics. No parking spaces required. Í¡! :e-§~É-§-1-. sf¡~lt| g: ~-, ~ -- = '-›ç›eve~. <=_+e~tw ¡lh›<i, ~›+m§«(-i›; Q-90) m¡ u .9-~~~'= .É-~ee-. +9-9Í-í--í- 'm-«gwréervx- 'win-n iv- r, ¡ç~§-<›+= .-¡-"1-§Ê~~= -wrtie-ktá-where@nir-«-›: -(-ê-)qnerãenkqnxveas-¡nquuml- N-. -~p, t-'êeiieg--~--lvvviê 'oe ! animar-d -'. ¡v--'-~ÍW, I1*W¡~ÍL --urtrx 5. Professional Oñiccs. Contractofs Offices and Home Design Studios. One (_l) parking space for every one thousand (l ,00O) ›-eVêi§Í~_§'-*. Íe~e t. RW» square feet, or fraction thereof. 6. Residcntial. Required pnrking spaces for rcsidential dwclling units shall be determined by th: : number of bedrooms as follows'. ?vv-»fêhwv-"rz ~s-gr~-; --~w-~. -per éxreêâ~= iç. -+rnik (u) 2 bedrooms. 1.5 parking SpcCCS (b) 3 bedrooms, 2.0 parking spaces (c) «l bedrooms, 2.5 parking spaces' ' Where the number ofbcdmoms is no'. specified, this- parking requrrtmcnt shall apply 'L e _ IÍ$¡. -Pçe. f-eg: §.-. ,.l : ,., :.. .J_J)Q1L§. ¡., .. ;; ... _.: _ 7-ttrl-iíwwíÕô gmei-. itt-fb-ñf-ñev* gw-creek-twà-&õx›uw. nihi›-+ê: =ee-1<~grnltcd(E3133 . ~ro| rn-. ›-+§-”+-L ie~. í.. ... .:. r.§w. .ll, ¡,. ¡4%, : v gibi-Í¡n<. ~vutiti-<-r›é4--~lÉ-ê-&íi-¡kiñvu-g -. ;~. ,u_<_-~. --1~, --wg, ›-, D --it-fvivirñtv4-fhi tw». - hlirt-, Lvâvi 213713( LÇJ-ííüol -+§4:++›-l«› 4 -7 ? JI-: :Lrawu-. lw«llu-; Miiit- b. OIT-site parking spaces rmy be provided through one (l) or a combination of the following options: l. Providing the required spaces on other properties owned in fee simple by the commercial use. located within a zone which permite the proposed use(s). either contíguous with or within five hundred feet (S00') walking distance of a primary pedestrian entrancc to Lhe site being developed, 2. Providing evidence that the required parking spaces have been ! eused or rented From others within tive hundned feet (500) uvalking distance of: : primary pedcstnzm entrencc to tire sílc being developed. ln such case. the parking space: to be leascd or rentcd shail bc properly established
  26. 26. under the terms of this Ordinance and the minimum term of such ! mz-c or tenta! shall be consistem with the probable durtttion of the proposed occupancy but not less than twcnty (20) years c. S ! asked Parking l. Parking spaces for commercial uses may bc placed in ai "stuckcd" fashion. onc behind the other, provided that each parking space is clearly dcsignated and the business owncr/ opcrator has established a Vehicle management plan. 2. Parking spaces for residcntinl uses may be placed in a "strickcd" fashion. one behind the other. provided that each parking space is clearly dmignated and assigned to the dwclling unit it is intended to serve. d. Parking Bujizr Off-street parking spaces shall not be xvithin four feet (›l') of : :ny structure. except when the parking spaces are located directly adjaccnt to a garage door in which C350 no setback lS required. c. Mixed Uvas. For mixed uses. required parking' lí-. ctlttics shall be the sum of the requirements for the individual uses, computed separatcly tn accordancc with this Ordinance. Parking facilities for one (l) use shall not be considered as providing the required parking facilities for any other usc. Pn--«. -›: «-t'-›: .uspwí-ws-i--ill lv . -~~~g= ec*é41e«l m »y»¡›~ee-t-i«›r+35-. Ul4l l-, jt-lg-fõf-littw-Llltlttñát-let* t" Truck Bert/ u. Truck berths . shall be provided for all lots sixty feet (60') or more in width, as specified in Section 25-300. l 2.4.1 of this Ordinance. g. Shared Parking. ílJi-. wvllmetwe›prr›w~iuti--nr-~twl›»gw Parking spaces Shared by two (2) o: more uses located on adjacent properties is permittcd. provided that the total amount of such parking spaces sllnll no: be lesx than the total parking requiremcnt for all uses if computed separatcly. h_-4(lhà_gàgll¡yq »gçççoj-ãg-korolíékC~! ;'? U'5:*'uÉká~ffüfL'Hi8_ níem- i"r_'t. iitvjf--zígoi-^^¡E; O~H"; t*'Í-? ›ZCEN--wi-r-ll iltra** pttwMeé-iri~~~ulvyq›t= tn+t+-3ã-1Qi$ i7«v~. ~iA-<l-l+§. +Guli-~~van»~- ln -- -'. -- Parking lots une not pennittcd within any required front yard setback. (Ord. #07-31. §2) 25405.13 Strcetscnpe Design Standards. . -ll Êwgu-. uoz-trmeewk--lltw- - urivámtkíldcwülk areas and curbs (public amd private) nn Asbury Avenue between 6” Street and l I" Street, :and from Asbury Avenue to the allcy on comers between 6"' Street and 11"' Slrect-¡~«~2w-~: s:-'%"~Stc-: a: «ml-H -Sh-w, inclusive. shdl ---. tx_+-.1y-~+.4¡a-tl›-~--t~; eréeal« . ulqutxl-lry-tlw Speeiul- lltlpt-. HreHaCfti-Dt . um AQr-dMwIÚ-¡lT--Qàbc French Gray. with no pavcrs, .md installed trt compliance with Standard Spcciñcations. as amended. Section 2. This Ordinance shall take effect in the time and manner prescribed by law. Jay A. Gillian. , Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, .it d meeting of said Council held on the P51** day ol September, 2014 and was amendcd and will lx- taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting ot' said Council held on the 23"* day of October, 2014, in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey, at 7:00 dclocl. in the everting. Linda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk
  27. 27. CITY OF OCEAN CITY AENCNS GREAÍESI' FAMILY RE8$T OEPARTMENT OF LAW Memo DATE: September 19. 2014 TO: City Council FROM: Dorothy F. McCrosson, Iixquíre RE: CB Zonc Ordinance í. ... ... ... _ . .. _._____ . .íírí_: _.__. _~ 11m anached ordinnnce is imcmlcd lo rapina: Ordinance 14-30. the only revision being lhe climinmion of the Section changing the zoning of the 1000 block of Asbury Avenue (Block 1004. Lots l-l ! .04 inclusive and Block 1005. bots 15-29 inclusive) from CB to CB-I. lflhc attached Ordinance is adoptcd, the zoning of ma¡ block will no¡ change. The balance of th: : ordinance ís the same as Sections 2 through 8 ol' Ordinance 14-30. Mr. Schemes summary is atlachcd to the Ordinance. for your infonnnlinxx. N1ASRRYNENUEOCEANCITYNJNZ2B ahinndonkcqcuhov wwwnutm
  28. 28. ' SCHEUIE PIANNÍNG SOLUTIONS, LLC . Rlgsln R131' _ Zmnng Cgula Ã(¡1'r¡'(1'9*_| nr¡, [ Cm or OCEAN Cmt ORDINANCE No. 14-37 Master Plan Consístency Report _l_rgpdtrgg'on. Ordinance 14-37 - "An ordinaria: amcnding and supplementzlxrg the Revised General Ordinances cf the City of Ocean City (Central Business ZoneY was introduced on first reading by City Council on September 35. 2014. According to the September 26, 2014 refcrral from the City Clerk, Ordinance 14457 will bc advertised according to law and is schedulcd to have second reading and public hearing at the October 23, 2014 City Coumil meeting. The "Municipal Land Use Law” provides the Planning Board with thirty-ñve (35) days from the referral date to prepara, review, adopt and uansmlt their consistem-y report regarding Ordinance 14-37 to City Council. 4055046 describes the Planning Board's responsibility regarding the master plan consistcncy review as follows: 'í . . U: : planning lxxzrd shall make and lransmit ln the govrming body, ruitlrin 35 days after re-fcml, a rrporf including idcvxtx/ icarian of : my pmpisicns m the proposed development mgulatwn, revision or anrendmcort ruhiclr nn ínconsistent with ! Jrr master plan and recommendations concerning those inamsislertdes and any other rrmlltrs as th: board deem: uppmpriatc. ” While formerly only zoning Ordinances and amendmcnts the-reto were required to be submitted to tha' planning board, it 'Ls now clear from the wordlng in _N15 402551126 that all "development regulntions" must be referred to the planning board for comment and report The statute requires that every zonlng Ordinance must "either be suhstantinlly consistent with the land use plan and housu-. g plan of the atestar plan, or designed to ellen-mate such plan elcmmta. " The "ML-star Plan” referred to herein i5 the ("ig of (kum g5 Mag [lan adoptod February 3. 1988, and as aubscquenlly amended by the Planning Board. Ordinance Summaàry. Ordinance 14-37 provides revision: to improve tlu- functionality of the Central Business Zone including the lollowing: - 'lhe list of permitted uscb is modified and darlflcd; Opa¡ m: : mtzrfatnmml is . a permitted accessory use Building height will bre measured from BFEH Compliance with base flood elevador¡ (EFE) rcquiremv-nts is amour-aged Required first floor calling heighu may be adjusted to accommodate building requirements related to EFE Commercial gia-as requirements du' reduced from 60'? - to -lõí fgngyiggham Dnvg Egg Harbor Tognshig N] 093g - 609 35.5.2642
  29. 29. Ordinance No 14-37 Mgstgr Elgn Consistr-_gglàggort - Derrígn standards for commercial floor area, ceiling height and commercial glass are made consístent with CB~l Restrictions on baloonies, porchcs and decks are modified or eliminated Parking requirements are made coruistent with CB-I and Resídential Site lmprovvmcnt Standards 4-foot parking buffer adjacent to a garage door i5 climimtcd Design spccifications for sidewalks are added Ordinance 1457 was amended by City Council at introduction to delete contraclafs ojíces from the permittcd usos ln Section 1. The attarhcd Ordinance' highlights dcietiom and additions propowd by Ordinance 14-37. ln th¡- event of a Conflict between the attachx-d Ordinance and the nrdirmnce as introduced by City Coundl, the City Council version shall prevail. Conclugjon . and Recommendation. As noted above: the Planning Board's responsibility in terms of the master plan consistency review is to identify any provisions in Ordinance 14-37 which «in- inconsistent with the Master Plan, and rmkc recommendations concvrzting those inconsistuxicies and any otln-r matters . as the Board deems . nppropriate. ln defining "substantial oonsistencf the Supreme Court ln Mxmalapm¡ Really o. Tawnslzip Conrmitic: made it clear that some inconsistency is permitted "provided it does not substantially or nmtcrially undermine or distort the basic provisions and Objectivas of the Master Plan. ” The "hhmidpal Land Use law” does not dcfinc the term inamsistent. Ordinance 14-37 advanaes the following Ocean City Master Plan Objectivas: To cnoourage municipal action ¡uhidx ruill guidt the long-mag: appropriate use and development o] lands uríthrn the City of Ocean City in n numner zuhich mil] promote the public health, safety, and grncml ruelfnre of present and future residents_ To secure safety from pre, jlood, panic and other natural and num-made disasters. Tu provide sujjicient $uav and facilities in appropriate lomhons within the City for rcsidentúzl. business, crjice, public, quad-public uses ond parking in a manner, ruhicl¡ will provide for balmuzed City growth and development Ta encoumgc coordmatxon of the numerous regulations and ¡zctroities nrhidi injlunxce land dctxlopnrzrrt with n gana¡ of pmdudng c'__lL“lL'Ill uses of ! und IL-ith appropriate development types and scalc. To jbster economic development by creating un atmosphur to attruct private uureslnu-rxt for residentirxl and conzmercihl purposes
  30. 30. Ordmance No. !#37 Mgçlcr ? lan Cqnazntcpg Revver'. 77.41,. : '. have carefully revícwed Ordinancr 14-37 and the Ocean City &Liste; Plan Based on this revÊv-w' and . xdvartsemamt of the mma Plan Objectiva. noted above, it is my proícssional opuuon that Ordinance 14 7 is consLstcnl wnh the. Ocean City Blast-sr Plan. Rwomnxenmxtion - To provide for the sequentiaxl numboring of Notes to me CB Schedule of District Reguhslions, .acham the sequence a5 folÉuv-'sz NQILÉLTQjCHEDLÂIJÊ-J (I) ln ai m: : diamcís. lbc minimum fmn( yard «thank $11.11¡ be us indicated on Schedule B, "Schedmr u¡ From 'Yard Setbacl. Dcpms by Su-: :r " Vbctt dnckpfncnl is proposed on ! ots adjaccm to n street no¡ listed cu Schedule B, hc front yard sua! ! be m- avcnge 52|": :: k C51:: wzluccn! bUJdm-ÍS on the rum: block_ . as determined from a ccmñcd survey pmndcd by Ihc applzczcrownur. (2)- (HRcen : d (a) Tb: 'unuuum l-: q-¡Jcd 'nt depm. lot &or-: :tc -nd fo: m. : indicated shall be provided_ cxcep¡ um 1m; with ¡ess th: rcqaircd Ict depth irman- ml io! :: n-a : z tha tia-na of : doptíon of this Ordinance, 5h31! he deemod to be oonfomxing for th: : purposes oflot depth, b: Êcnusgt . ud ! ct ana (W: - (1321) Rocnred. m] ___› 4' '_. s'_rí_ f¡ 7 7': ríqw u' _r› ~ 'a 1!'_. 'Í: r)(7rV'_r'_f¡ ígqiÉj › 1;_-_'¡_'3r_g1ç_f¡¡: xv 'r-gc_ o . I f. _w m» w ; ngpüggglg ! ugcnv vrrrrn. .g§1'Ív| "-| '!'Cí'_1.f_. C LM* _Jzçagw rm! rrçrLBrfvj 'mpg EE¡ 'H ? qm (FVÍW l) . Haminw n hi _ L: _ vunnqlgginr l tmn; Firm-VI! (_›' mc 7 " 55-. - »zñrêâw-íf ' ›i"'- t' ~: Íww - *F12 - 'u «Ss-«Zwul V. .., . .~, .¡. Àr_-. .›, .;. .." 3$§Ifn^ . . " LLUJKEÃOQC ÃUMÍÍBLHCÍZÀLÍÍIIJÍÀQEÂ ÚQÍÍÇIÍ/ sx . HQLLÊLLIZtKrÍHWÍ 12h21m 33,: 32 [eu 12 l - Ufes: Íjjzn 13.1 ~ 14 fee( ; frei 14 l IS fact ¡Efccl IS. ) "›e'r'1L_~3:t_U>47~~4 V) fcci Respccüvely submmed, Randall E. Scheulu, PP/ AIC? New Jersey Professional Planner License No. LIOO3666 Octoba-r 2, 2014 Revised October 9, 2014
  31. 31. Ord imncc No 1+3? fyjgtslpf Plan Consishzr-. gv Rgrpgg ORDINANCE NO. 14-37' AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING CEAPTER XXV. ZÕNING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF' OCEAN CITY CENTRAL BUSINESS (CB) ZONE BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Ocean City. County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, as follows: Section l. Section 25-205.) CB, Central Business Zone of Chapter )O(V “Yoning : md Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: 25405.1 co, Central Business Zone. . 25405.1.) Purpose. The Central Business Zone established in Section 25201.2 ofthis Ordinance is intended to provide a focal point ofretail activity . md professional office'- in close proximity ! o the lúnorícal center oftown. in nccordunce with the provisions of NJSA. 40:5SD-2(g). (OrcL #074 l . §2) 25405.12 Pcrmltted Usa. One or more of the following uses shall be pcrmitted on any lot in the CB Zone. 31, Retail SKIFCSEQ? 3', ^. t.Y'3 : :g5 b. Banks, savings and loan associations, federal credit unions; c. Municipal facilities deemed necessary and appropriate by the goveming body of the City of Ocean City; d. Pa*»cwaê-áerwemüxrç-s-v-w' ›-›~~--ay-álêepsmsheeac-ywu; lauodeyrdqyc-&çàaiung-h Health clubs; e. Rc_-l. _.uttantsz ÍCVJilIÍllHV' dmcjlzr g7' «I _ 'ZELTCI' @hei 9". . rs w ' gut nnt Iimitcdrtgqafcs Coffe: ›. l¡L›ps___l_inn: heorcf'c« pígzcrí. .›s, cout). 1* _ F Nín: an! -1i. ›+›kê+e-; -,-p. La-. ~e›_renul. -ns. ic--xurmamevaulyrw4lwo. -âe~a-feeé+ç~. =.uumu¡ -Ív-_B¡~. '›_v~: -le-ten¡-›1~ um? - ›lc~, QQVJR-ewlçgaiitoímg ç--ívâssecl-«se --m -o 'Al-a-»w-lluv-j-«mnirv-avbírpiaf-“e-: Hwhll MFwe-anélea wmol-srqlas¡ ¡tn›»-v1«›-Í41s~sI›-neé4k1+41~c~4a~ «la -.4«. .~1›~. ›~_›-r= -'~-= --- -çvxÂv-A-: Âxekaí-Qíín» ~- r- rm ' ~«~, ›«rr%l«: -&>= -(~5rmio-level) “um ul covy-iwrkklwvgí
  32. 32. Ordinance No, 14-37 Master Plan Consistnngx Rçygg p-_tqnua- n u: :raid-lan _and home design Studios (including show-room, ganga_ warchguse 4nd shop); provided : :ll materials and equipmcnl are s1ored, and : ill fabricnlion and processing contained_ within a completely enclosod building ht'. Essential services; iv «HH-ih- . -¡~~»^-~4-: .Íe-1'<-+'›(r-~'5 Cééiimirrrv- 74m 13124# (Ord. 307-3 l. §2) 25405.13 Conditionul Uses. a. Quasi-public uses subjcci to Section 25-20832; and b. Rcsidential dwelling units H1 a. mu: 531:. binmgLsubjectlo Section 25-"08.2.S. f. ria' CNS-lua! usc- 'I~"›: ;:t to Scctí» '1_7'Í~? ('8,ÍZ I of "'11. Crdm ivzrv . .-, _-e, , A . ._. __. ._k. , _ . ..níü _AW (om. 507.31. 52) 2S-205.l. ›t Pcrmittcd Accessory Uscs. a, hínnuÍac| uríng__na . :"1;. “*Í4'. ' : and Í. Ihr'I_-: _«_: i1_cicdr| ) incídenlal ! O the Conduct of za-vrekvÁ-! il g IVJÇIELJLbUSÍINZSR m which no more ! han four (4) persons urc employed, b. On-sile storage of goods; uu«Jcv. +.+1-= ~ mç~éçhêy«-wt-»z-ç-etl-êa-_i›--›-: E;c-; e<a+i-A~»›aeea~» c. Signs in acccrdancc wiih this Section 25-1 700.29 ofthis Ordinance; d. Solid WBSÍC/ lücydíibic material storage in accordance with Section 25-170031 of this Ordinance; c. Landscaping_ buffer! and screening in acccrdunce xvid¡ the requirements sc( Íonh in Section 25- 1700', f. Qíf; .ixpçglgarking areas, and truck bcrthsgmcíln di: ido-Jd. c' [runas : :$512 Ha m acccrr¡ vera' xvith Spin") 347W) | í of : It's @Mirim cg i¡ Other cu-, ig 1343 v; 'r-og, _gzpgy___g. '__s_z; '-. ___r' "ings am* . xr g. ; _ . "! _:e cicnrlv [pfuícrtâfi *o "q pzunckxpl : SCÀMLÍ bulidiugjl' '_' E. Qpcn m-'c cm-: qeinment (Ord. 807-3 l, §2)
  33. 33. (hdinance No lrl›37 Master PE1.1_ Çgpsiñgnng Report Central Business Zone-Scltedule of District Regulntions (Subseetlon 25405.15) j lvlmirnum Lot 7mm Minimum l o( I Width and Lol . Uuxtmutz. Ma¡ "T. ..l'l1 N . gm term Dittrcct Arca Bülldllljl Height R2) BXllÓÚ-; Ç lnpcwúous (gujrífgg) Cm trai: : Covemgc ( ' ~ " ›. llnbitablc' (percent) (pertzcnt) , lorena' Correr ' Stoñus i 'É "°°“ t' e _ IiQIES TQ SC ÍlÍÉRkEI-JEL (l) ln : ll rom drstncts, the minimum front yard sethnck shall be as indicated on Schedule B, "Schedule of Frcnt Yard Srtt-ack Dcçth: by Street " V/ hcre derelupmrn! is proposed on lots ndjacenl lu a¡ aucot not listed on Schtxlule B. the frm-. t yard shall be the : veins-e sctbnci of the . tdjnccnt btttldmgs on the entire biock. us determined from a ccrtiñcd survey prev-ted b; the zÇplican'/ o'w11cr (2)- (3)Reserved. (4) The ntintmum required lot depth. lot Grontagc . md lo: arca indicated shall be provided, except 1h41 lets with lcxs than the required lot depth. &ontage and lot : :rea at the time ot' adoption ofthis Ordinance_ shall be dcemed to be eonforming lot the purposes of lot depth. lol ñorttage und lot . area. Reserved Nypyivy ¡›~4-¡r; .r_. .-. i . Íugv. t -ew ow- eu ' 'i1' »owned ! w w ttn-õ-rvv-d-LãS spcciñtt* 'll W'. followtggxgnlwl' ' 7 "JW" ELQQL- “'-_C<'_¡ZIZLL. L.ÀI' d” QIIMLZILHIJKMLÊÃI-'I. R°UIÊ' l2 feetro- 'r 32 feet 12.1 - 13 ! cel 13.1 - 14 Ícel l4.l - lS lrct l5.l 9"** or tugrgalâ fee? SCHEDULE A-Schedulc oflonirtg Dtstnct Rcguhttcns (Section 252091) SCHEDULE B--SChHllliC ofFmnt Yard Submit Drçvths by Street (Section 25209.2) SCHEDULE C-Scltcdule ofSidc Yard Scttvrizks (Sectbn 25409.3) (Ord, 1307-31, §2; Ord. Noll 12, §4; Ord. 909-2h. 'l2) 25-205.l.6 Building Design. n. Uen era! Guidelines l lnñll building design should lzc consistem with the design of significant buiãdings that already exist ou adpcent lots. 2 New buildings should stnve fnr n. contextual approach to design A contexntal design approach doe: : no! moan that new building; should imitatc older buildings. bu: rather that : hey should be sertsttzvc to the surrounding built und natural environment. 3 Next btildingx should provide Jtl . sppropríate hantronious relationship to existing nearby «mtctures in terms nf height and scale ? Acre
  34. 34. Ordinance No. 14-37 54325111' m C__. c-n_ri'-Jc. '1q'_P 4. The height and scale of new butldings should be similar to that of the aurroundiup area, cr . íntculalcd Oi Shbdlvldcd into massznw_ th. : ; s more nr lt: : pmpanionnl to other STJCTUVÉÀ in the . um and maiintuins the existing ; artltitactural rhythm. S. The scale of new inñll burlrlings should be sertsitive to pcdcsmnru large building. : should comum dCSlÇD element. : fo: crrmncc ways, plans, ñ-. cçdes. :md general ; tract level design thrtt crentes n : tract lmntage that ts attnaclíve and plcasnnl for pcdeshíans. ó. The selection of builizng design elements. , sich u. materials. (enem. 110:_ color, textura. etc. , should ensure lhzzl such treatment rc harmonious with that prevnlcnt in the arca where such prevalence cxisls and such harmony is desirzible. 7. The incozpurrzdon of dcsmblc design feature: ln 1h: :ttrroun-: iing area, for cxemrlc, contínurng . i particular design feature o: stnternenl. is cncetmiged. 8. When the development consists of o: mcludcs ll building : :edztiotm the . addition should bc ccdgm-d to rcflec: the existing building in terms of scale, fezresuztítrn and color. A charme m scale, for example, may require n tmnsitionnl design element between the addition and the existing building. 9 " ' . '= t' A ' grtgíllgct¡ 2:5:: Ptrtldittlã sbçiltl ht' ñírygllrd ~*__| li_~ . "CI*'Ç“'- b. De-. iign Srani/ unir 'Ric following tcquizunenus shall zpply to all new development. rrdclitions, alterations, renovations to front building fncudes, and modiñcations atTecttng the commercial lloor arca Building; should be compatible in terms of their placeruenl on the lot, height, general design_ : irchiteetunil embciítshmcnt_ ! Harada mxtrncnt, :: ud finish melcñals. l. Minimum lst Floor Commercial Floor Area. láee-ae-it-_ifiñgghundrcd (l S00) petit. square feet or ñíty percent (50%) oftlic 4- lares, whicl-. ever 55;. : * -. v, * ¡LUÍ arc~ ¡e-gieeivi , ›_ Tu: ;w -nggjequircd interior lloor-to-oelling height for new first *Mer comu? " * _u 'm-Ille-gm-sriol-leaelm-n-ieaeeeív-í « m" shall be twclvc feet (l2'). _:h- : :L-n = caí" ~ 'e lv: util/ JF. ; 'r ctzhLñtcl (8') wlT-i lltzjduiâlllfl: : : :Te l_)_: *:_ri_' râtlpyj_. tl_r; çl 10 ¡tilllíliy xi-¡lli HFE tccutrctt: till. ; 3 Minimum Interior Store Width. Twenty-four feet (24). 4. Transparent windows equnl in ateu to not ! em thnn fawy- "Pmvñlipdcml (Líêijíió) of the tim lloor commercial unitls from facada ; irc required subject to the foliowmg: (a) Buildinizs located on comer lots shall meet this requircment for both meet-faclng facadas. (b) Windows shall u›e clear o: hghily tinted p-lnss. except for dccomtive cr nrchitecturnl aecents, typical ol' commercial storefrunts and not of the type utilize on residentinl dwellingm Reüectne glass is not a: : . icceptable window msterial. - «felíbllaééeswuv-siiull : lluw çieil-: uiiieisáirioleéánnstwl -UieWn . um thsli-liluing-ac meu 4.34.3? e. .,. .*, _m. ,¡, r, í. .., .. .gy-am: .. .!a_L. .'. .. .] ›_ . « . .;_; ._. ¡,_í. -. r¡: _., _i. §,. _. i: ... ;+_¡--Ç; _, . L. , 't-Hekun ttñiiãtl-áNrl-z* *°¡l'“'“V' . . PA
  35. 35. Ordindncn- No 14-37 lista Fl en Cortsstatcx' Rcpcrg (d) The pcrccntzigc of glass . shall bc calculatod by mctsuring the hciph: (from th: base ofthc front wall to the top of the fim will plate) and width of the fmnt wall of the commercial unit, and the arca of glass within the mein framds) of the windows and doors Frames, grids . md mullions Shit] l r-. ot b: : included in this calculation. 5. Frunt Entry. An entry [rom the street providing ECCÁES to the upper : loors is reqiired on : ill lots forty feet (403 oi greater in w-idui. 'Ibis entry shail be »coondary in terms of design to tn: pninary access for the commercial space_ -c-(â-é-Sn tm? ! llee+§s~. ¡-: L«-- «wir "°°'ê+t'-; .?1~'^r~N-'-¡~ v : ›~Ê-'. -°-E-”-ê-'; ;4 wvílr-; e-: ril-Érw-frft-, eewli - c _-_2-r B. o14,«; -›= s<: cv-(t'-~ili43 linea-lúh'viés-arwlittetív-, l-tu-c-&éniêhvt? ?- = - Í---W g"- ÍLF-? é-e-i-vy: .. ..- *çê-'ÍFFS-a ír9:':4-§~= ›:--, ~~Í -« 49'. WÉiézí-a-. w-e -«+'. ›-:1-«tw: ~iil~~=3-~'~i ! t'i'2<lit35-(3;3H uniu . di. S. Porches and decks are pci-mirim . .t the rear second and third floor lcxcls. Porehcs and decks : me not permitted on the front of buildinps. -_1_1-R<›0~' -°-« . t. 1-$«çe*f3'í'3*ti'94¡°f; 'YMFQNÔ°FÍÍHH'QEN^*Íllild(iÍqàílf-Íhífàtílhllllq. ulwiiiaeaigti wziiblo l_ív1~: ':-§'-_F--Í~Ê--~--~~ ' í-Çí-, lr--Ív--il 3~ ; tl^tri-<'-. i-A-3-3'°~r""*"* -Nl-Érg-'Q-&Êltiw-oi lir-. viíf-H--nnlç-lw ~'- Lt *êiL-: Àf-*vh- "t'; ' "'_". 'T*"°Í. °' 'í' """"' ~'; . . . : ' -:7:' : :ri t4-Í-ê3à" ¡n11! 1l"r: t-5z¡7:h~, - _UN- "'X: f!' l0. Buildings located on comer lots shall treat both street frontagcs as front facadas in terms of ttrchttecttire; _t_l_ sctbiiclts ¡ 3o ›l« ›«+›¡«~w; -pereh<-Hriiai clt-ulm. l l. To accommodnte food preparation_ vcnting for the entire first floor to the rtxif is required. t2. Flat tools urc to be enclased by L: pzimpet. :tw-uu -i -lmeâev-menf--nnatv--qerpattwset 13. Vinyl and nluminum siding en front facadas is pmhibited 14. Front facadas shall bc designed to be compatible with ndjacent structures in terms of vertical und horizontal building elements. :md to provide interest to podemi-inns through the use of . nthitectural relief, selection 0:' materials and componente. window and door frame-a_ pedimrnh, column-a, etc. là. Where the side ol a building ts visible from an adjoiiiing property or the public ngliuof- vxtiy, the design and materials used ou the front facada shall be extended to at least one-third (1/3) of the buildingk side incide_ l6. AJI new structures shall ltave th: primary entmncc oncuted foward the street 0X' public “aih-ny, 'with dnect, b-: nicf-ÍIOC and convenient pdestnziii. l7. Buildings on «corner lots shiill hrivc the main cntmncc on the primary street (Asbury Avenue or Central Avenue). This requircmciit docs not prccludc additional rciir or side cntrnnccs lÊs<+: s:g-pa+-›, Û4›. ~ ~! ~ lS. The landscsping. lighting_ sigmge and accessery features such , Ls street fmnitine and lirrtlzriire. trash stompc, .and mechanical equipment shaLl he comment with emhl shcd norma . trrl compatible wttli the infill design (Ord. #07-31. §2)
  36. 36. Ordinance NC. I F37 Mgggr Flan Consgsgeng 1391793 25-205.l.7 Vamnt Lotx. Any lot within the Central Business Zone Rep¡ VEÇAM for mon mu¡ cnc hundred cghry (180) days shall bc landsrapcd and lhcreañcr mnintamcd m good order by the owner. The landscuping shall be appmpnatc (o a: : urban park or garden. (Ord. 340731, §2) 25405.13 Off-Street Parking and loading. n. Off-entar parkmg', spaces shall be provided as notcd: l. Relax¡ Sales (trirlxhr 7. 1*: : “W311,jJv›1_. _.r¡fzncu c wijçm n: &ousa; u! (l 9-.51¡Lee-fee! ;ueémcãkn--áycreõfí . *.¡¡*_. É.›; _.. ... y -'^'-fü*. .,. ... . ›, ^'^_ 2 . › j. .~. ',. : 4,. ..” . . _Çwcilj ! nh-; Énfv wnh 7.lV! _'_| _1'_ge_5l_I! l1Tqb~-Í O('rm'1Ír*y_r('j~_›AL-q<utÍÍ-d in «uh . uievn É cçüh ! ||r_uc__l¡L1_ndg'r| E31¡ (ñfííj s. :1_. L.¡rI. *_fçc: KWÍAJfZF" Ê~1;›§_v: ^s_unü cw: (l 'g 3. Personal Service Shops. Zigyvavrjgêç_; ;;; ;~jç§; ;_ríquged . m --vjasa-íàx-â M513» ? x- - 0511255132490 4 Pç~35¡. u:. -z: ;-: ,ÊIX-1›s. e:e55z~. _ ; jt- P1*~'"'*m : fran 3,5121» nnQLgrrS «Qhcr enjmjx_ CSÍEÍWJITJLVUCZIÍ'_ÕHQUÚIUS_ÍMIÍ nm l¡'vv1'. _cc1 ! o czfeà_ _c_o_i_í. ;c 9506;_ _ s, m_ '-. .kar . : 2 . 'I. ' ' renxxuvr«l_@ao; ~-(›l)«p. ;knu- vingar-Px¡ rwry-~w~4ezeà_vr›"v= 'r~ívf4ç-Í-›Íé~">§ »g-: :Âít-. á ~ ° J : -,« Í -' &Osaka; uu-ML-íven¡ mma». WÊkêHr-10¡H)*'~31r^Á-§Ff-@FÊBHL-t'›g›wn~ã-ê-ív-í"-; ékfP? íí-;4ta-frzH; ›-zt- fn, ;:›+4~- g-Qã-'çíg-ZFVÍ- ww-'L : :Ê-Cu S. Professional Ofñcca, gen: : : guria Q: - çgs an* livre Dr _Sp *z Om: (l) parking gpgçc fo¡ @vu-y nm. - 'tmusanri (l . .ÍQQLFw-Aseiníreolrsevemyr fkmçãlf§ square feet. 01' fraction lhcrcof. 6 Refjiggxí: 13%, : '. ' 3' "Hits" '71' rcsíicg Ídwaíc; xxgíi; dx VÍÍ t: cír' -W-rncõ 'w the numbcr of bçdvnoms as fr» 1mm: íkvnaíê-ypae '-. ~f›gJ-+spa-í~ ': f?t"4L1Wv“*| ÇÕê'rg-*J§H (px E h. ,LvgQmSLÔ O : W2:Í. °v'n_$'_np*.5: LCI 4 1.35.4737.” ' Whgjq 1:. : "ganhar ç_f'v'-'_. í'<*am: ã s'. np! sx': '_r, ""tv: ; ? Jáln-Pazperuorvtàáesels: JJNJQ-Sqw-n ~¡ . . ãivlqí-: clv: 4. . ..§. __(L: ,›, :.. :I-. .,g. q É. ' 'E . °s. '., ".). ._; .'â. ._. .›z. ..; 'ç, ç.z r 3_ : ,-ed-§9eu›-»lw›el4+«ng~›h= $+- (b) Onc-axM-onc-half (1.5) parking : :pacas per each ou: thousand two hundncd ñfly (1.250) square font-«Z-bedroom dwclling unit. b. Off-size parking', spaces may b: prov-. ded mmugh on: : (1) or : a coznbinatíon of lhe following options:
  37. 37. Ordinance No 14-37 MJSÍEY Plan Consistgrtj' Rrgort l. Proviriing the required spaces on other propcnzes owned in fee simple by the commercial use, located within : x zone which permits the proposed usem, ctthcr contiguaus with o: w-tthtn ñvc hundred feet (5003 walking distance of a pritnary pedestrian cntmnoe to the site being developed 2. Provzdingv, evidence that the required parking space: : have been leased or mntcd fmm others 'within ñvc hundred feet (SOU) »talking distance ol' a primary pedestrian entmncc to the site being dcvcÍopcd. ln such case, the parking: spues to be leased cr rented shall be properly established under the terms of this Ordinance and Lhe minimum term ol' such ! case o: tenta] shall be consistem! with the prohable duration of the proposed occupancy but no'. less lhun twenty (20) years, c. Stackezd Parking. l. Parking spaces for commercial uses may be placed m a "stuckd" ü-. shion, onc behind the olhe-r, provided tim'. each parking spnce ts clearly designatcd . md the busineu owncr/ operator has established a Vehicle management plan. 2. Parking spaces for residcntinl USCS may be placai in . a Rocket! " fashion. onc behind the other', provided that each parking space ts clcirly designatcd . md ; assigned to the dwcllmg unit tt is intended to sen/ c. d. Parking Buffer Off-street parking spaces shall not be within four feet (4') of any structure, ". when th: : ":1Klll"jpiJCCS are Éoçat_crl_t. t*r/ '_; :_ll stmrerrgi' j' ~ "r tf. :-: j-: trt VllíCÍt ç. "ÍVTEQ_Ét'ÉltJC't ; s c Mitra' User. Ç. : "Itá . guru lfI3":7ÇtLL“. 'klllQ fílíulllt'. 'i_“'ll. tll hgtlie sumgrf 'l r (cy rr : :um ll_1Ç_lT1_'. l_l_'_1_d]; _<l . t : a . . ' - . t ' - . _V c: : with tltirtjlrrltrnãng: Parkinv : '13: fc- c_ __ &si; 51131] nnLht' ("OD bítfcti as p; - “: Zr(_*_l1!EÓ__D . rl. v"z°_fu_«. ;ities for @nyplñcr ur: : l-'átílWrg-! E n§¡›xeé-g5e.5~, l§. IÊl lu-. .euz-peaãeé-Àrw-«í « JA -«--7 -)§-1'ever4)rêél^riiñee- f. Truck Bert/ x.: Truck berths shall be provided for all lots Sixty feet (60') or more in width, as specified in Section 2540111234.) of this Ordinance. g. Sharvd Parking 5llw~«›l'~-› t: v$-ét-. tt›lrw¡'vn(x~ Parkirtggp -ccr *A _Leiby two (2) or more uses located ou ztdjaeen'. properties is pcnnitted. , provided that the total amount of such -. .› spaccg shall not be less than the total ¡mriíirtg _roquirement for all uses if computed separately. íl›-V~lti(: -t , ›~3u~r 434-» §~. .-.4«: =i›; ~. g- = lzug~z+~ uttloudingüpeewsfrmíl-iu» u» Êqtpakz- w u- -›-5i-~me~l>! (r§'r2-§~u1n~4l›34;9 i~vex« 4 ? z-. i Parking lots : :rc not pcrmittcd within : my required front yard setback. (Ord. #07-3¡ . §2) 25405.13 Strectscapc Design Standards. ÀlLbmpfmI-emültlit-lo-llw-õtàfb-ahd-Sldcwãllk areas and curbs ÍPAEÍCÀJUÓ private) on Asbury Avenue bcg-. vccrt 6_”_Strcçt . null líSlrect and froyrAxlt-. tty . Aim-nus : o tl* '; V3lt-Loj$yiz_çr§_bct»vçgtpistrcpt; and Spçañêr-ê-lmpmwwnwrt-Déstáetewré-#lllllA2) bc French Gpy With no Q; tvcrsg.4w<l_tn; .t; .llcd in CPHÍPÂÀÃÀÇÍX xmtlvjt Ay: «_l_. -_rtl SncciEcationrk›. »_. tnigrttçlcd
  38. 38. Ordinance Nc 14-37 Mqsgçr ? Em Consxsttng/ Rçpgg Section 2¡ This Ordinance shall hlkc effect in the time and nxanner prescribed by law. Jay A. Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The . above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at n meeting of said Council held on the _day of 2014, and was taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting o! said Council held on the day of 2014, in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey, at 7:00 o'dod< in the evening. Lunda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk 'Amxchment to Consistency Report - Ordinance 14-37
  39. 39. CITY OI" OCEAN CITY CAPE lylAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY l acsotunoit t* -k AUTHORIZINC THE AWARD OF A CONTRACT TO SCHÍNDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION FOR THE REPAIR & NIAINTENANCE OF THE CITY'S ELEVATORS FOR THE 2014 CALENDAR YEAR WllílãREAs. the City of Ocean City has a need to foi maintenance and service of tlic City of Ocean City's Elcvators; and VHEREAS it is determined in the best interest of the C: tv of Ocean City to have said clcvzttors properly maintained in order to provide the public with quality access oflhe Citys facilities: and WHEREAS. Joccph S, Clark, QPA. City Purchas-ing Manager has determined and certified in uvriting; that the value ofthe contract will exceed 511501100; and WHEREAS. Schindler EÍCVQÍOT Corporation has pcrtormcd various types of maintenance service and repairs for the City of Ocean City. Department ofCommunity Operations; and VHERE. ›S, the City of Ocean City has . i need for clean up and repairs to the City Hall CÍCVMOT pit as . i result of Super Storm Sandy; and WHEREAS, Roger D. McLumon. P E. , PP. , CME. . CFuM. , C. P.W'. hl. . Director of Community' Operation; Steve Longo. Managcrial Specialist; Dorothy l? McCrosson. Esq. . City Solicitor; Darlcen H, Korup, Purcliasing Assistant and Joseph S, Clark, QPA, City Purchasini! Manager hrtvc revicwed the submitted invoiccs and proposals for the required ni: iínienancc«'<ervice and recommend that Schindler Elevator Corporation. 200 West Parkway Drive. Egg Harbor Tournship. NJ 08234-5104 bc awarded an aliemutivc non-: idvertised method contract foi' repairs and maintenance of the Cityíx elcvators as required by tlic Department of Community Operations; and WHEREAS, the anticipatcd tenn ofthis contract is one (l ) calendar _x/ car; and WT-lERl-ZAS, Schindler Elevator Corporation has submitted a Business Entity Disclomre Certification which CCÍÍÍDEJ- that Schindler Elc-. uitor COTPOYAHOI] has not made . my contnbtitions to : political nr Candidate Committee for : in eleetcd office in the City of Ocean City, County of Cape . Nlay. New Jeisey' in tlic previous onc year period. and that tlic contract will proliibit Schindler Elcvator Corporation from making any contributions through the term oftlie contract: .md WHEREAS. the City of Ocean City may cntci' into a non advcrtísed altcmutive method contract pursuant to the provisions ofN_. J.AS. .(. l9:44/«20.5; and. NOW THEREFORE. BE lT RESOLVED by the City Council ot' the City of Ocean City. New Jersey thzit an altcnintive method contract with Schindler Elevutur Coiporaition be nularded as follows: l. Repair: and maintenance semen 3 needed by the Department. of Community OpcTzitions ? m the ongoinp needs of the City of Ocean City for tlic calendar year 211 l -l. Expcnded to Dutra-Non Cortmct Items. . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S 17.359,23 Total to Date of Non Contract ltems . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. S 17359.23 ta) Rcpairs_ parts : md maintenance service tor use by tlic Department of Community Operations dunng the contract penod . .re subgect to the actual needs . th established by the City ofOtxrzin City : md the Department of Community Operations. As items are required. the City Purchasing Manager shall issue a Purchase Order for those items based on the ; ivazlability of' funds. No items shall be sent to the City without First obtaining a Purchase Order for . said service 3. A copy of tlic Business Entity Certification. the Determination ol' Valuc und Business Registration Certificate (BRC) fo: Schindler Elcvator Corporation hub' been submitted and shall be placed on file in : lie City's Purchasing Dii-isiiwn Office. 4. A copy ofthis Resolution and Contract shall bc available for inspectioii in the Ocean City Clcrkls Ofiicc . iiid shall be published on onc t l i oecasion in the Ocean City Scntinel.
  40. 40. CITY OF OCEAN CITY CAFE MAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION BE IT FURTHER RESOLVE! ) by the City Council of the City of Ocean City that the Purchasing Manager is authorized to execute a purchase order with Schindler Elevator Corporation, 200 West Parkway Drive, Egg Harbor Townshlp. NJ 08234-5104 in accordance with this resolution. The Director of' Financial Management catiões that funds are available and shall be charged to Operating AcoountM-0l-20-295-2l l. Am CERTIFICATION OF FUNDS Frank Donato. m. cmo Ã-rxííony p. Wilson Director of Financial Management Council President Fila: RAW [4 Súillli EhnlrCaIp NmMdvathddnt Omaudby . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . Socondedby . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. UnnbowmmIuüOnWuúAIyMUpwdUytInCityCouncH oftheC-ityofOcanCityJiewJauyJAntneaingof soidCouncildulyhcldmúr . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. hyof . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . .2014 mma . we AV ABSBNT ABSTAIHID Lànãá'i›'. '$kléúi§y'§é. "c'âi§'õià¡ ''''''' " WII “HH ¡HIIH
  41. 41. ClTY or OCEAN CITY v1 2 . Y . _ -A à' ÂMERÍCNS GREÀTEST FÀMILY RESORT DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY OPERATlONS MEMORANDUM TO: JOSEPH CLARK, PURCHASING MANAGER FROM. STEVEN LONGO. MANAGER DATE: OCTOBER 7, 20H RE. AUTHORlZATION TO EXCEED PAY TO PLAY THRSHOLD SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION Assistance ls belng sought in advanclng a request to City Council to exceed the N] State Pay-To-Play Dlsclosure Law for the purpose of proceedlng with specialized equipment installation provided by the Clty's elevator service contractor. Schindler Elevator ls currently contracted to provide maintenance and inspection service for cítywide elevator systems. There are specific equipment installation needs to address an ongoing problem with the sensor and load capacity components that relate to the elevator in the Welcome Center. The cost for the equipment acqulsitlon and related labor costs combined with the City's existing service contract wlth Schindler will exceed the dollar threshold for the Pay-to Play dlsclosure law and thus the request for City Council authorlzatlon. Please let me know if there are any questions. Thank you. C: Roger Mclamon. Dlr Com Ops Sl. 11s E 12'" STREET. OCEAN crrv. NJ 08226 (609)3911-6111 Fa: (aos) 39945407 museus
  42. 42. C'l'l'” OF OCEAN ('l'l'' C/ PF '. '.~'. Y COLJNTV v-: iívt . JERSEY ; T7533 OL U 'lqlOr' # AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER #L FINAL ACCEPTANCE & FINAL PAYMENT OF CITY CONTRACT #13-58, ACQUlSlTlON 8: INSTALLATlON OF BLUEGRASS BLEND SOD WHEREAS. specifieiitions were authorized For advertisement by Resolution No. l3-49-2R7 on August 2?. . 2013 for Cziy (Íontnict : :13-58. Acquisition 8:. Installation of Bluegrass Blend Sod; and VHEREAS the Notice to Bidderír was advertiscd in the Ocean City Scntinel on Wednesday, August 28. 2013. the Notice to Bidders was posted on the City ofOceun City's website. »En/ img na and the lnvitation to Btd m» distributed tn three (3) prospectivo: bidderkc); and WHEREAS. bid proposals were opened ter City Contract BIS-SS_ ACqUHIllOn & Installation of Blui-. grass Blend Sod on Thursday, September 12, 2013 and three (3) bid ¡nxiposals weie received; and XVIIEREAS. Roger D McLamon, PE_ P. P,. C. l. E.. C. F.l»l. . C PWCM. . Director of Community OPCFCIÍIOHZ Steven Longo, lvlainger Specialist; Georgia Amold. Manager; Dorothy F. McCrosson. Bsq. , City Solicitar; Darlecn H. Korup. Purchasing Assistant; Janice L. Mruz, Principal Clerk Purchasing and Joseph S. Clark. QPA. City Purchasing Manager have rcviewed the bid proposals and speciñcaitions and recommended that the contract bc awarded tn Tuckahue Turf Fanns_ Inc. , the lmvest YCSPOHMÓIC bidder; and WHEREAS. the City Council of Ocean City. New Jersey awarded City Contract #13-58. Acquisition & lnslaiiellon of Bluegrass Blend Sod on September 2o. 2013 by Resolution #13-19-321 to Tuckahoe Turf Farms. Inc. . PO Bo¡ H8, llammonton, NJ 08370 in the . unnunt ofSl í9.l 10.03_ . ind WHEREAS. Roger D. McLamun. P. E.. P. P., C. M.Ei. C. F.M. . C. P.W. M.. Director of Community Operations; ; Steven Longo. Manager Specialist; lvlarcia R. Chcw. Senior Accountant'. Dorothy l" McCrosson. Esq. . City Solicitar; Darleen H. Konip. Purchasing Assistant : nd Joseph S. Clark. OPA. City Purchasing Manager have TCVICWOÓ and cmtifiod ul¡ the work has been completed in nccordance with the Job speeiñcations. Application for Finiil Payment is in proper order and certified that Change Order #l to City Contract M368. Acquisition 8: Installation of Bluegrass Blend Sod is correct a: : follows: Change Order #l Increase to Contract Item Description gziiantig Unit Price Total Price Supplcmental Sl. Additional Bluegrass Sod lnslullcd 5,099.63 SF S 0.49 S 3,939.32 5"' -óm Street Haven to Bay Avenue 35m Street & Haven Avenue 8:. 36"' Street at Simpson Avenue - Little League Field Tennessee Avenue Spons Field 15m Street 84 Haven Avenue Total Amount of Supplcmentals S 2,939.82 Total Amount of lncreases for Change Order #l . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . S 2,939.82 Total Amotint ol' Change Order #l to City Contract #13-58. Acquisition & Installation ol' Bluegrass Blend Sod . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . S 2,939.82 Total Amount of City Contract #13-58. Acquisition &lmtalliition of Bluegrass Blend Sod lncluding Change Order #l . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . S l22.049.82
  43. 43. CITY OF OCEAN CITY cms ww coumv. NEW JERSSY RESOLUTION WHEREAS. the new adjusted contract cost including Change Order #l is 5122.00.82 a net increase to the original contract of 2.47(%) percent increase in the total for City Contract #l 3-58. Acquisition 8: Installation of Bluegrass Blend Sod; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City. NJ that it authorizes Change Orders M. Final Aeccptanoe and Final Payment of City Contract #l3-S8, Acquisition à Installation of Bluegrass Blend Sod; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that The Director of Financial Management is authorized to process the ñnal payment of PO #13-02713 for City Contract #13-58. Acquisition à Installation of Bluegrass Blend Sod issued to Tuckahoe Turf Farms, Inc. . P0 Box 148. Hammonton, NJ 08370 in the amount of 36207.32 charged as follows: 53.267,50 (PO Balance) & 52939.82 Change Order #1 (C-O4-55-282-403). CERTIFICATION OF FUNDS Frank Donato. III. CMFO Anthony P. Wilson Director of Financial Management Council President Fte' IPSCOCIFAFP IJ-! B Inep: : Sadia Oñeredby . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... .. . . Secundedby . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . ThoaboverudtttionwaadttlyadoptedbytheCityCouneíloftheCityofoeeanCltyaNewlcrweyaatameettngof raidCouneilthtlyhnldonttte . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . .dayof . ... ... ... ... ... ... . ... ... ... .. IOM uma AVE mw »sem Animacao ¡ u u . ¡ - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32W: Guina» Ihualt MeClatln Mainha tmb: : um um Illll mu¡ Ê

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