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CITY OF 2014 YEAR END REPORTS. Redevelopment Updates Development Projects  94 State St. (220 unit project-completed by June 2015)  150-170 Main St.

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1 CITY OF 2014 YEAR END REPORTS

2 Redevelopment Updates Development Projects  94 State St. (220 unit project-completed by June 2015)  Main St. (380 unit project- demolition started)  Main St. ( approval for 135 unit project)  210 Moore St. (approval 192 unit project)  Atlantic St. Park (Construction started-completed by Memorial Day 2015)  Atlantic St. Parking Garage  City owned Lot C: Submission of Tidelands application to NJDEP

3 Redevelopment Updates Planning Projects  240 Main St.(Pre-App meeting for 108 units)  18 Camden St.(Pre-App meeting for 244 units)  150 River St. (Pre-App meeting for redevelopment for 19.2 acres.)  Probation Site  Two Way Street (initiated construction drawings with Boswell)  Old Bridge St. (Pre-App meeting for 40 units)  161 Main St. (Pre-App meeting for 9 units)  149 Main St. ( Pre-App meeting for 60 units)  Aldi’s Supermarket ( Planning Board submission for 17K supermarket on Sears Site.  Main St. Pre-App meeting for 300 units

4 Project Manager Capital Projects Completed 1. Columbus Park Improvements: Playground 2. Emergency Operations Center Municipal Aid Grant 4. Fire House #2-Summit Ave-PEOSHA Mandated 5. CDBG 2013 Resurfacing Program 6. Bergen County Open Space Trust Fund: Pulaski Park 7. Second Ward Park-Repair Storage Tank 8. Old Hoboken Road-Drainage Improvements

5 Police Department In 2014 there were 103,853 calls for service. There were 3,039 arrests made in 2014, an increase of 298 over 2013(2,741) Patrol & Quality of Life: – 15,556 Summonses Issued – 6,581 Moving Violations – 8,975 Parking Violations Detective Bureau had 2,035 cases assigned in arrests were made for DWI 2,759 accidents occurred in the City – 416 persons were injured with 3 fatalities – Of the reported accidents 92 pedestrians involved & 13 bicyclists The Youth Division – 585 juvenile cases were investigated

6 FIRE DEPARTMENT State LHU Registrations: 425 Local Registrations: 2,633 Periodic Inspections Performed: 2,749 Violations Issued: 5,336 Total Inspections Performed (includes re- inspections complaints etc.) : 10,177

7 Building Department Permit Count: 1,444 Inspections Scheduled:  Building Subcodes: 2,001  Electrical Subcodes: 1,609  Fire Subcodes: 858  Plumbing Subcodes: 1,938 Emergency Calls:  65 Calls After Hours  75 Calls During Regular Hours

8 Municipal Court  Total Tickets Entered: 47,641  Total Tickets Disposed: 48,034  Criminal Cases Entered: 3,312  Criminal Cases Disposed: 4,211

9 Tax Collector Property Tax Cash Receipts (001): 160,051,003 Parking Coin Receipts From TD: 434,082

10 Tax Assessor There are 450 Tax Court Appeals Still Outstanding 2014 had 594 County Tax Appeals As of February 27,2015 for the 2015 tax year there are 496 State Tax Court Appeals and approx. 25 at the county level

11 DPW 2014 Renovation of the City Hall Auditing Department Showmobile Maintain Five Pump Stations All Custodial work is done by Maintenance Department Maintain all Sprinkler & Fire Alarm Systems throughout the City Holiday Lighting and all decorations throughout the City Tree Department -Trees Topped: Trees Stumped: Trees Trimmed: 160+

12 DPW Snow Removal and Salt City Roads City Garage is responsible for maintaining Police and Sanitation Vehicles as well as Sweepers and Salt Trucks Maintain City Hall, Health and Building Department vehicles as well as handle any special requests from these Departments All Registrations and Titles for all City Vehicles and Equipment

13 DPW Sewer Department: Work Orders were entered and completed -Town Storm Catch Basins are inspected for debris PM Program: (acute sewer areas) cleaned on a weekly or bi-weekly basis Emergency Call Outs Street Department: -Concrete Sidewalks Completed: 18 -Repair and Install Handicap Mats -Fix Pot Holes -Hot Patch Completed: Cold Patch Completed(Winter): 820 -Clear Debris from Streets- 187 cleanups -Catch Basins and man Holes- 32 completed

14 Sanitation and Recycling 19, $1,167, Total Garbage collected 19, tons at a cost of $1,167, , Total Recyclable Materials collected 3, tons $90, The City received $90, in revenues $57, We will be receiving a minimum of $57, from our Recycling Grant

15 Health Department Vital Records Office Activities for Marriage Licenses: 313 -Marriages Recorded: 642 Vital Records Issued -Birth Certificates: 15,675 -Marriage Certificates: 1,338 -Death Certificates: 4,940 -Total for Certificates: 21,953 Environmental Health -Routine Inspection Total: 958 Animal Licenses -Cat: 157 -Dog: 723

16 Health Department Immunization Activity Summary - Number of Clinics Held: 11 - School Age Total: Adult Total: 817 Child Health Conference Activity Summary -Number of Clinics Held: 32 -Total Number of Visits: 212 WIC Program Clients Served - Hackensack Clients: 1471

17 Library Children’s books & Magazines57,611 Children’s Media6,048 Adult Books & Periodicals53,056 Adult Media (DVDs, video games, MP3 & CD books, Music CD’s) 49,182 Downloadable music/audiobooks/eBooks, magazines (Zinio) Hoopla (streaming) & database usage 12,340 Young Adult Books6,441 Periodicals/Microfilms in-house usage5,636

18 Library Reference Questions24,053 Computer Assistance at Reference Desk5,004 Internet Usage( Includes iPads, game computers) 43,900 Children’s program attendance ( includes class visits, guitar classes, outreach visits) 4,263 Young Adult and Adult Program attendance 5,608 Electronic Door Counter194,119

19 Recreation 2014 Programs Include: -Youth Basketball - Jr. Soccer, Baseball and Basketball Summer Playground – (over 20 trips total) - For children ages 5-10 (Theatre Camp) - For children ages (Adventure Camp) Open Gym for Basketball on a daily basis Senior Citizens St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon, Novemberfest Luncheon Easter Egg Hunt in Staib Park July 4 th Fireworks Events Cheerleading Program Halloween Party Children’s Holiday Party

20 Cultural Arts Center January“Doubt” February“God of Carnage” Dance Evolution MarchLatino Variety Show “Howdy Stranger Improve” AprilSpring Art Show May“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” June“Race” “Shakespeare in the Park” July“Howdy Stranger Comedy” “Lost in Yonkers” August“Once on this Island” September“Urintown” October“The Spitfire Grill” November“Rugrat’s Live” DecemberHispanic Christmas Play

21 City Clerk For the Year 2014 we have received and processed: -OPRA Requests: 743 -Raffle Licenses: 33 Council Meetings - Special Meetings: 4 - Regular Meetings: 23

22 Auditing Department 2014 Budget Goal was “long term stabilization” Budget Objective: eliminate causes of tax increase spikes through establishing reserves – Snow Removal Reserve: $170,506 – Accumulated Absence Reserve: $151,539 Budget Objective: to create a more accurate Budget – Budget Transfers Dec.31,2014:$814,204 – Budget Transfers Dec.31,2013:$2,852,560  Anticipated Revenues $322,003 over projection  Unanticipated Revenues $766,626

23 Auditing Department Tax Appeals – Settled Appeals paid in 2014: $8,175,648 – Settled in 2014 to be financed: $6,200,000 Long Term Debt  $4.1 million-Combined Sewer Overflow Project  $8.65 million-Tax Appeal Refunding  $2.5 million-other projects  Total new Debt-$15,283,250 As a result our Net Debt: Dec 31, $39,249, % Dec 31, $43,523, %


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