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BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS MAY 22, 2013

A regular meeting of The Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, State of New Jersey, was held on May 22, 2013, in the Township of Roxbury, 1715 Route 46, Ledgewood, New Jersey. The meeting began at 8:00 p.m. Clerk of the Board Diane M. Ketchum announced that adequate notice of this regular meeting held the 22nd day of May, 2013 has been provided through resolution adopted by this Board at its Regular Meeting held at the Administration and Records Building on March 13, 2013, to the Star Ledger, the Daily Record, and the Record through posting on the County website and by filing a copy of same with the Morris County Clerk and the Clerk of this Board. ROLL CALL PRESENT: Freeholders Douglas Cabana, John Cesaro, Ann Grossi, John Krickus, Hank Lyon, David Scapicchio and Director Thomas Mastrangelo County Administrator John Bonanni, Assistant County Administrator Mary Jo Buchanan, County Counsel Dan OMullan, Assistant County Counsel Randy Bush and Clerk of the Board Diane M. Ketchum

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PRAYER AND FLAG SALUTE County Counsel Dan OMullan opened the meeting with a prayer and a salute to the flag. -RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION Township of Roxbury Mayor and Council -PRESENTATION OF PLAQUES TO: Roxbury Historic Trust, Inc. (King Homestead Museum) Township of Roxbury (Morris Canal Plane 2 East) Have in Part Been Funded by the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders Through the Morris County Historic Preservation Trust Fund -MINUTES FOR APPROVAL Regular Meeting Minutes from May 6, 2013. On motion by Freeholder Cabana and seconded by Freeholder Scapicchio, the minutes were approved. -COMMUNICATIONS 1. Confirming/ratifying the action of the Deputy Director to approve a request from the Madison Police Department asking permission to close off a portion of Green Village Road (County Route 647) between Main Street and Kings Road for the Green Fair taking place on Thursday, May 16 from noon until 7:30 p.m. The Chester-Long Valley Rotary Club is asking permission to hang a banner across Main Street (County Route 513) in Chester Borough from June 10 through October 7 to advertise the Farmers Market. The Boonton Fire Department is asking permission to close down a portion of Main Street for the annual Firemens and Community Parade on Saturday, August 31 (rain date September 2) from noon to 5:00 p.m. The Lincoln Park Day Association is asking permission to close a portion of Main Street on September 28 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for pedestrian safety during the Craft Fair and Flea Market.

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5. The Brookside Community Club is asking permission to hang a banner across Main Street (County Route 510) in Mendham Township from November 4 until November 25 to advertise the Holiday Boutique. The Mendham Business Association is asking permission to hang a banner across Main Street (County Route 510) in Mendham Borough from November 20 to December 9 to advertise the annual Holly Trail event. The Township of Mendham is asking on behalf of the Pitney Farm Transition Committee permission to hang a banner across County Route 510 from June 3 to June 10 to promote an event taking place at the Pitney Farm. The Borough of Mt. Arlington is asking permission to close portions of Howard Boulevard and Altenbrand Avenue during the hours from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on May 27 for the annual Memorial Day parade. The Rockaway Borough Police Department is asking permission to temporarily close portions of County Routes 513 and 644 (East/West Main Street) on Saturday, June 29 starting at 9:00 a.m. for the Rockaway Rotary/Pam Miller Scholarship 5K Run.

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On motion by Freeholder Lyon and seconded by Freeholder Krickus, the requests were approved. -ORDINANCES FIRST READING/INTRODUCTION (1) Director Mastrangelo stated: title an ordinance. We will now consider the introduction by

Freeholder Cesaro stated: I would like to introduce by title an ordinance entitled, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $140,000 FOR VARIOUS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PRIORITY PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY. Freeholder Scapicchio stated: I second the motion.

The Clerk called and recorded the following vote: YES: Freeholders Cabana, Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Lyon, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo (7)

Freeholder Cesaro moved that the Clerk be authorized to publish the Ordinance in summary form in the local newspaper together with the notice of public hearing and consideration of final passage of this Ordinance which will take place at the Freeholder meeting to be held in the Administration and Records Building, Fifth Floor, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey, on June 12, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. Freeholder Scapicchio stated: seven YES votes. I second the motion, which passed with

-(2) Director Mastrangelo stated: title an ordinance. We will now consider the introduction by

Freeholder Cesaro stated: I would like to introduce by title an ordinance entitled, BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $3,738,250 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $3,599,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR BRIDGE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AT VARIOUS COUNTY LOCATIONS, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY. Freeholder Scapicchio stated: I second the motion.

The Clerk called and recorded the following vote: YES: Freeholders Cabana, Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Lyon, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo (7)

Freeholder Cesaro moved that the Clerk be authorized to publish the Ordinance in summary form in the local newspaper together with the notice of public hearing and consideration of final passage of this Ordinance which

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will take place at the Freeholder meeting to be held in the Administration and Records Building, Fifth Floor, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey, on June 12, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. Freeholder Scapicchio stated: seven YES votes. I second the motion, which passed with

-ORDINANCES SECOND READING/ADOPTION (1) Director Mastrangelo stated: We will now consider for final adoption the ordinance entitled CAPITAL SURPLUS ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $41,000 FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF CHAIRS AT THE OFFICE OF TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE. Clerk Ketchum read the following ordinance: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purposes described in Section 2 of this Capital Surplus Ordinance are hereby authorized to be made by the County of Morris, New Jersey. There is hereby appropriated from the Capital Surplus Fund the sum of $41,000 for the hereinafter designated purposes. Section 2. The purposes authorized herein are for the replacement of chairs for safety reasons, at the Office of Temporary Assistance, a division of the Department of Human Services. Section 3. It is the opinion of this Board of Chosen Freeholders that the appropriation from the Capital Surplus Fund and the use of the appropriation for said purposes are in the best interest of the County of Morris. Section 4. This Capital Surplus Ordinance shall take effect upon final passage in publication in accordance with the law. Director Mastrangelo stated: The Public Hearing is now open. There were no public comments, and the Director declared the Public Hearing closed. Freeholder Cesaro moved that the ordinance under consideration be adopted on the second and final reading. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion. The Clerk called and recorded the following vote: YES: Freeholders Cabana, Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Lyon, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo (7)

Freeholder Cesaro moved that the Clerk be authorized to publish the Ordinance in summary form and notification of its passage in the local newspaper in accordance with the law. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion, which passed with seven YES votes. -(2) Director Mastrangelo stated: We will now consider for final adoption the ordinance entitled CAPITAL SURPLUS ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $31,000 FOR THE PURCHASE OF ELECTRIC TRUCK MOUNTED SPRAYERS FOR THE MOSQUITO COMMISSION. Clerk Ketchum read the following ordinance: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purposes described in Section 2 of this Capital Surplus Ordinance are hereby authorized to be made by the County of Morris, New Jersey. There is hereby appropriated from the Capital Surplus Fund the sum of $31,000 for the hereinafter designated purposes. Section 2. The purposes authorized herein are for the purchase of Electric Truck Mounted Sprayers for the Mosquito Commission.

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Section 3. It is the opinion of this Board of Chosen Freeholders that the appropriation from the Capital Surplus Fund and the use of the appropriation for said purposes are in the best interest of the County of Morris. Section 4. This Capital Surplus Ordinance shall take effect upon final passage in publication in accordance with the law. Director Mastrangelo stated: The Public Hearing is now open. There were no public comments, and the Director declared the Public Hearing closed. Freeholder Cesaro moved that the ordinance under consideration be adopted on the second and final reading. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion. The Clerk called and recorded the following vote: YES: Freeholders Cabana, Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Lyon, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo (7)

Freeholder Cesaro moved that the Clerk be authorized to publish the Ordinance in summary form and notification of its passage in the local newspaper in accordance with the law. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion, which passed with seven YES votes. -(3) Director Mastrangelo stated: We will now consider for final adoption the ordinance entitled BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $3,200,000 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $3,047,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR PHASE II CONSTRUCTION OF THE ARTIFICIAL TURF FIELDS At THE CENTRAL PARK OF MORRIS COUNTY, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY. Clerk Ketchum read the following ordinance: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY (not less than two-thirds of all the members thereof affirmatively concurring), AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance are hereby respectively authorized as improvements to be made or acquired by the County of Morris, New Jersey (the County). For the said improvements or purposes stated in said Section 3, there is hereby appropriated the sum of $3,200,000, said sum being inclusive of all appropriations heretofore made therefor and including the sum of $153,000 as the down payment for said improvements or purposes required by law or more particularly described in said Section 3 and now available therefore by virtue of provision in the previously adopted budget or budgets of the County for down payments or for capital improvement purposes. Section 2. For the financing of said improvements or purposes and to meet the part of said $3,200,000 appropriation not provided for by application hereunder of said down payment, negotiable bonds of the County are hereby authorized to be issued in the principal amount of $3,047,000 pursuant to the Local Bond Law of New Jersey. In anticipation of the issuance of said bonds and to temporarily finance said improvements or purposes, negotiable notes of the County in the principal amount not exceeding $3,047,000 are hereby authorized to be issued pursuant to and within the limitations prescribed by said Law. Section 3. (a) The improvements hereby authorized and the purposes for the financing of which said obligations are to be issued are for the installation of artificial turf fields at the Central Park of Morris County, including all work, materials and equipment necessary therefor and incidental thereto (all as shown on and in accordance with the plans and specifications therefor on file in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and hereby approved). (b) The estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued for said purposes is $3,047,000. (c) The estimated cost of said purposes is $3,200,000 which amount represents the initial appropriation made by the County. The excess of the appropriation of $3,200,000 over the estimated maximum amount of bonds or

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notes to be issued therefor being the amount of said $153,000 down payment for said purposes. Section 4. The following matters are hereby determined, declared, recited and stated: (a) The said purposes described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance are not current expenses and are each a property or improvement which the County may lawfully acquire or make as general improvements, and no part of the cost thereof has been or shall be specially benefited thereby. (b) The period of usefulness of said purposes within the limitations of said Local Bond Law and according to the reasonable life thereof computed from the date of said bonds authorized by this bond ordinance, is 15 years. (c) The supplemental debt statement required by said Law has been duly made and filed in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and a complete executed duplicate thereof has been filed in the office of the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs in the State of New Jersey (the Division), and such statement shows that the gross debt of the County as defined in said Law is increased by the authorization of the bonds and notes provided for in this bond ordinance by $3,047,000, and the said obligations authorized by this bond ordinance will be within all debt limitations prescribed by said Law. (d) An aggregate amount not exceeding $10,000 for interest on said obligations, costs of issuing said obligations, engineering costs and other items of expense listed in and permitted under Section 40A:2-20 of said Law is included in the estimated cost of said improvements. Section 5. Any funds from time to time received by the County as contributions-in-aid of financing the improvements or purposes described in Section 3 of this ordinance shall be used for financing said improvements or purposes by application thereof either to direct payment of the cost of said improvements or purposes, or to payment or reduction of the authorization of the obligations of the County authorized therefor by this bond ordinance. Any such funds so received may, and all such funds so received which are not required for direct payment of the cost of said improvements or purposes shall, be held and applied by the County as funds applicable only to the payment of obligations of the County authorized by this bond ordinance. Section 6. The full faith and credit of the County are hereby pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on the said obligations authorized by this bond ordinance. Said obligations shall be direct, unlimited obligations of the County, and the County shall be obligated to levy ad valorem taxes upon on all of the taxable property within the County for the payment of said obligations and interest thereon without limitation of rate or amount. Section 7. The capital budget of the County of Morris is hereby amended to conform with the provisions of this ordinance to the extent of any inconsistency herewith. The resolution in the form promulgated by the Local Finance Board showing full detail of the amended capital budget and capital program as approved by the Director of the Division of Local Government Services is on file with the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris and is available there for public inspection. Section 8. The County reasonably expects to finance the cost of the improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance with the proceeds of its debt, including its bonds or notes. If the County pays such costs prior to the issuance of its debt, including bonds or notes, the County reasonably expects to reimburse such expenditures with the proceeds of its debt, including bonds or notes. The maximum principal amount of its debt, including bonds or notes, to be issued to finance the cost of the improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance, including amounts to be used to reimburse the County for expenditures with respect to such costs which are paid prior to the issuance of its debt, including bonds or notes, is $3,047,000. Section 9. This bond ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after the first publication thereof after final adoption, as provided by said Local Bond Law. Director Mastrangelo stated: The Public Hearing is now open. There were no public comments, and the Director declared the Public Hearing closed.

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Freeholder Cesaro moved that the ordinance under consideration be adopted on the second and final reading. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion. The Clerk called and recorded the following vote: YES: Freeholders Cabana, Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo Freeholder Lyon

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Freeholder Cesaro moved that the Clerk be authorized to publish the Ordinance in summary form and notification of its passage in the local newspaper in accordance with the law. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion, which passed with six YES votes. -(4) Director Mastrangelo stated: We will now consider for final adoption the ordinance entitled BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $396,500 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $377,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS TO THE MORRIS VIEW HEALTHCARE CENTER INCLUDING ALL WORK, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT NECESSARY THEREFOR OR INCIDENTAL THERETO, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY. Clerk Ketchum read the following ordinance: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY (not less than two-thirds of all the members thereof affirmatively concurring), AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance are hereby respectively authorized as improvements to be made or acquired by the County of Morris, New Jersey (the County). For the said improvements or purposes stated in said Section 3, there is hereby appropriated the sum of $396,500, said sum being inclusive of all appropriations heretofore made therefor and including the sum of $19,500 as the down payment for said improvements or purposes required by law or more particularly described in said Section 3 and now available therefore by virtue of provision in the previously adopted budget or budgets of the County for down payments or for capital improvement purposes. Section 2. For the financing of said improvements or purposes and to meet the part of said $396,500 appropriation not provided for by application hereunder of said down payment, negotiable bonds of the County are hereby authorized to be issued in the principal amount of $377,000 pursuant to the Local Bond Law of New Jersey. In anticipation of the issuance of said bonds and to temporarily finance said improvements or purposes, negotiable notes of the County in the principal amount not exceeding $377,000 are hereby authorized to be issued pursuant to and within the limitations prescribed by said Law. Section 3. (a) The improvements hereby authorized and the purposes for the financing of which said obligations are to be issued are for various improvements to the Morris View Healthcare Center, including, but not limited to, kitchen renovations, the acquisition of durable medical equipment, and the replacement of a nurse call bell system, resident bedding, bathing and transfer equipment, and the main laundry dryer ventilation system, including all work, materials and equipment necessary therefor and incidental thereto (all as shown on and in accordance with the plans and specifications therefor on file in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and hereby approved). (b) The estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued for said purposes is $377,000. (c) The estimated cost of said purposes is $396,500 which amount represents the initial appropriation made by the County. The excess of the appropriation of $396,500 over the estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued therefor being the amount of said $19,500 down payment for said purposes. Section 4. The following matters are hereby determined, declared, recited and stated:

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(a) The said purposes described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance are not current expenses and are each a property or improvement which the County may lawfully acquire or make as general improvements, and no part of the cost thereof has been or shall be specially benefited thereby. (b) The period of usefulness of said purposes within the limitations of said Local Bond Law and according to the reasonable life thereof computed from the date of said bonds authorized by this bond ordinance, is 11.94 years. (c) The supplemental debt statement required by said Law has been duly made and filed in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and a complete executed duplicate thereof has been filed in the office of the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs in the State of New Jersey (the Division), and such statement shows that the gross debt of the County as defined in said Law is increased by the authorization of the bonds and notes provided for in this bond ordinance by $377,000, and the said obligations authorized by this bond ordinance will be within all debt limitations prescribed by said Law. (d) An aggregate amount not exceeding $32,000 for interest on said obligations, costs of issuing said obligations, engineering costs and other items of expense listed in and permitted under Section 40A:2-20 of said Law is included in the estimated cost of said improvements. Section 5. Any funds from time to time received by the County as contributions-in-aid of financing the improvements or purposes described in Section 3 of this ordinance shall be used for financing said improvements or purposes by application thereof either to direct payment of the cost of said improvements or purposes, or to payment or reduction of the authorization of the obligations of the County authorized therefor by this bond ordinance. Any such funds so received may, and all such funds so received which are not required for direct payment of the cost of said improvements or purposes shall, be held and applied by the County as funds applicable only to the payment of obligations of the County authorized by this bond ordinance. Section 6. The full faith and credit of the County are hereby pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on the said obligations authorized by this bond ordinance. Said obligations shall be direct, unlimited obligations of the County, and the County shall be obligated to levy ad valorem taxes upon on all of the taxable property within the County for the payment of said obligations and interest thereon without limitation of rate or amount. Section 7. The capital budget of the County of Morris is hereby amended to conform with the provisions of this ordinance to the extent of any inconsistency herewith. The resolution in the form promulgated by the Local Finance Board showing full detail of the amended capital budget and capital program as approved by the Director of the Division of Local Government Services is on file with the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris and is available there for public inspection. Section 8. The County reasonably expects to finance the cost of the improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance with the proceeds of its debt, including its bonds or notes. If the County pays such costs prior to the issuance of its debt, including bonds or notes, the County reasonably expects to reimburse such expenditures with the proceeds of its debt, including bonds or notes. The maximum principal amount of its debt, including bonds or notes, to be issued to finance the cost of the improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance, including amounts to be used to reimburse the County for expenditures with respect to such costs which are paid prior to the issuance of its debt, including bonds or notes, is $377,000. Section 9. This bond ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after the first publication thereof after final adoption, as provided by said Local Bond Law. Director Mastrangelo stated: The Public Hearing is now open. There were no public comments, and the Director declared the Public Hearing closed. Freeholder Cesaro moved that the ordinance under consideration be adopted on the second and final reading. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion. The Clerk called and recorded the following vote:

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YES: Freeholders Cabana, Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Lyon, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo (7)

Freeholder Cesaro moved that the Clerk be authorized to publish the Ordinance in summary form and notification of its passage in the local newspaper in accordance with the law. Freeholder Scapicchio seconded the motion, which passed with seven YES votes. -PUBLIC PORTION There were no public comments. -RESOLUTIONS Freeholder Cabana introduced the following resolutions: (1) RESOLVED that the Director is hereby authorized to execute and the Clerk shall attest and affix the seal to the Postponement of Lien in the matter of the following client(s), and the Clerk shall deliver the same to Community Development. Ralph T. and Donna B Heiss Ralph T. and Donna B Heiss Anil Patel -(2) RESOLVED that the Director is hereby authorized to execute and the Clerk shall attest and affix the seal to the Release of Receipt of Grant and Lien in the matter of the client(s), and the Clerk shall deliver the same to Community Development. Helen L Bardi -(3) WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, by Resolution #23 adopted April 24, 2013, awarded funding to the Arts Council of the Morris Area, 14 Maple Avenue, Suite 301, Morristown, NJ 07960; and WHEREAS, effective January 24, 2013 said organization has changed their name to Morris Arts, and is operating under the new name, in accordance with a letter dated March 14, 2013, copies of which are on file at the Morris County Office of the Administrator and are made a part hereof by reference, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that the Treasurer is hereby authorized to issue an amended Certificate of Availability of Fund #76995 relative to the account #: 01-201-20-110100-079 reflecting said change. -(4) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris as follows: 1. That the sale of the following surplus vehicles to the Cumberland County Department of Employment & Training for $1.00 each, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:11-36, is hereby approved as said vehicle is no longer needed by the County of Morris. 2012 Chevrolet Express 3500 LS Passenger Van VIN 1GAZGZFGOC 11354 03 2. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to execute this sale.

-(5) RESOLUTION SUPPORTING A PRELIMINARY PREFERRED ALTERNATIVE FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 1400-779 ON OPENAKI ROAD OVER DEN BROOK IN THE TOWNSHIP OF DENVILLE, COUNTY OF MORRIS

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WHEREAS, the County Bridge No. 1400-779 spanning the Den Brook, originally constructed in 1903 and modified in 1951 to provide supplemental support, has been determined to be in fair condition and is functionally obsolete and structurally deficient. WHEREAS, the office of the Morris County Engineer has determined that the bridge is in need of replacement and, through a federally funded Local Concept Development process administrated by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA), has performed an alternatives analysis to identify and evaluate viable and feasible alternatives to rehabilitate and/or replace the bridge; and WHEREAS, the NJTPA and the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) have been project team members with the County of Morris; and WHEREAS, the project team has held two (2) Public Information Centers to inform the public and receive comments and input for the project; and WHEREAS, the project team has met with the municipal representatives to inform them and receive comments and input for the project; and WHEREAS, based on the alternatives analysis and the public and municipal comments, the project teams preliminary preferred alternative (PPA), referred to as Concept 3- Bridge Replacement on an Improved Alignment (Near Existing), is a complete replacement of the bridge on an alignment similar and near to the existing Openaki Road alignment, which provides the least disturbance to existing properties and adjacent cultural (historic) and environmental resources; and WHEREAS, providing the least disturbance to existing properties and adjacent cultural (historic) and environmental resources is critical to the surrounding property owners, and communities; and WHEREAS, providing the bridge replacement near the existing Openaki Road alignment will serve to provide necessary repairs to the adjacent dam and spillway in conformance with regulatory agency compliance; and WHEREAS, the County of Morris is desirous of completing the Local Concept Development phase and proceed to the preliminary and final design phase; and WHEREAS, to qualify to receive funding for the preliminary and final design phase, a resolution of support for the project is desirous from the County of Morris and included in the Local Concept Development phase project documentation. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey hereby supports the preliminary preferred alternative (PPA), referred to as Concept 3- Bridge Replacement on Improved Alignment (Near Existing), complete replacement of the bridge on an alignment similar and near to the existing Openaki Road alignment. -(6) BE IT RESOLVED as follows: 1. The County of Morris wishes to purchase goods and services from the following authorized vendors under the State of New Jersey Cooperative Purchasing Program 1-NJCP, in accordance with Local Public Contract Laws, N.J.S.A 40A:11-11 and N.J.S.A40A: 11-12. Enterasys 9 Northeastern Blvd Salem NH 03079 NJSC#A73982 Vendor #1335 2. ITD 01-201-20-140100-044 Amount: $149,465.27

The Treasurer is hereby authorized to issue Certificate of Availability of Funds. --

(7) BE IT RESOLVED as follows: 1. The County of Morris wishes to purchase goods and services from the following authorized vendors under the State of New Jersey Cooperative

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Purchasing Program 1-NJCP, in accordance with Local Public Contract Laws, N.J.S.A 40A:11-11 and N.J.S.A40A: 11-12. Enterasys 9 Northeastern Blvd Salem NH 03979 NJSC#A73982 Vendor #1335 2. ITD 04-216-55-962267-955 Amount: $91,560.30

The Treasurer is hereby authorized to issue Certificate of Availability of Funds.

-(8) RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF MODIFICATION NO. 1 TO THE FEDERAL AID AGREEMENT NO. 2012-DT-BLA1-09 BETWEEN NJDOT AND THE COUNTY OF MORRIS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF BI-COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 1401-196 ON NEWBURGH ROAD OVER THE MUSCONETCONG RIVER IN THE TOWNSHIPS OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF MORRIS AND MANSFIELD, COUNTY OF WARREN, NJ WHEREAS, Federal Funds are available for Local-Lead Transportation Improvement Program Projects; and WHEREAS, the New Jersey Department of Transportation has prepared a Federal Aid Agreement, No. 2012-DT-BLA1-09, a cost reimbursement agreement, which is established under and constitutes a part of the Basic Agreement signed on February 25, 2010; and WHEREAS, it has become necessary to decrease the authorized amount to only fund the construction costs. As a result, the reimbursed cost to the County of Morris for the project will be $1,511,446.00. NOW; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey does hereby authorize the Director and the Clerk of the Board to execute Modification No. 1 to Federal Aid Agreement No. 2012-DT-BLA1-09 with the New Jersey Department of Transportation and to reduce grant account number 02-213-41-864505-391 by $885,503.00. -(9) WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, by resolution #28 adopted September 24, 2012, awarded a competitive contract to QualCare, Inc. for the provision of Intake Services for all work related injuries in addition to working with The Countys Third Party Claims Administrator in medical bill re-pricing of workers compensation bills and in working with the County Risk Management Division on select case management issues; AND WHEREAS, said resolution incorrectly stated the completion date as September 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013 and the correct term should be September 1, 2012 through August 31, 2014; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows: 1. 2. The resolution be amended to evidence said correction; The Treasurer is hereby authorized to issue a revised Certificate of Availability of Fund #64986 reflecting the account #12-290-56-579001888 in the amount of $150,000 and changing the term of the contract from one (1) year to two (2) years. This resolution shall take effect immediately. -(10) WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, by resolution No. 41 adopted July 28, 2010, awarded a professional service contract to Atlantic Health/Morristown Memorial Hospital of Morristown, New Jersey for the provision of on-site geriatric physician services to residents in a long term care and short term stay setting at the Morris View Healthcare Center, New Jersey; and WHEREAS, the contract provides for an option to renew for an additional one year period; and

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WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the County of Morris to exercise the option to extend the contract for an additional one year period; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows: Atlantic Health/Morristown Memorial Hospital 100 Madison Avenue Morristown, New Jersey 07962 Amount: $0.00 Term: August 1, 2013 through July 31, 2014 Be renewed for additional one (1) year. for the aforesaid services, a copy of which is on file at the Morris County Purchasing Division and is made a part hereof by reference, is hereby approved and shall be entered into by this Board. 1. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to execute said agreement conditioned upon the contractors compliance with the requirements set forth in paragraph 4 below. The contractor shall be responsible for the billing process, in accordance with the county request for proposal. A notice of this action will be published in accordance with the law. The original contract was awarded pursuant to a fair and open process in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4, et seq. -(11) WHEREAS, there exists a need for Case Management Services to the residents of Morris County under the Special Child Health Services (SCHS) Program at Morristown Medical Center/Atlantic Health System; and, WHEREAS, the State of New Jerseys Department of Health (DOH), Division of Family Health Services has identified Morristown Memorial Hospital as the sole existing agency that has performed satisfactorily through a noncompetitive renewal process; and WHEREAS, the contract needs to be awarded as a Professional Service in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a)(i) et seq. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows: 1. The agreement between the County of Morris and Morristown Medical Center/Atlantic Health System 100 Madison Avenue Morristown, New Jersey 07960 Vendor Code: 13154 Amount: $89,144 (not to exceed) Subgrant number: SCHS1201 Account #: 01-201-27-343170-090 Term: January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013 for the aforesaid services, a copy of which is on file at the Morris County Purchasing Division and is made a part hereof by reference, is hereby approved and shall be entered into by this Board. 2. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to execute said agreement conditioned upon the contractors compliance with the requirements set forth in paragraph 4 below. The Treasurer is hereby authorized to issue a Certificate of Availability of Funds in accordance with the aforesaid agreement. This contract is awarded in accordance with a letter from Department of Health (DOH) dated April 22, 2013. --

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(12) In accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:11-15, a contract is hereby awarded, for the provision of maintenance of proprietary computer upgrade software to the Prosecutors Office; Powerdms, Inc. 200 E Robinson St Ste#1170 Orlando Fl 32801-1925 Amount: $6,744.60 Term: April 1st, 2013 thru March 31st, 2014 Budget Line Item: 01-201-25-275100-044 Using Department: Prosecutors Office 1. The Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to execute said contract as prepared by County Counsel. This resolution shall take effect immediately. -(13) WHEREAS, Resolution Number 39 was adopted at the February 13, 2013 meeting, approving funds for various non-profit agencies to provide substance abuse treatment and prevention programs; and, WHEREAS, a Certificate of Availability of Funds for Hope House was created in that resolution, charging account number 02-213-41-757305-392, under the vendor code, 15238, for the following program: Adolescent Services Chapter 51 Funding: $51,287 CAF: 76331; and, WHEREAS, the above vendor code, 15238, is incorrect and should be Catholic Family & Community Services, d/b/a Hope House 24625. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey authorizes the County Treasurer to amend the above Certificate of Availability of Funds with the correct vendor code, 24625. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Resolution Number 39, adopted at the February 13, 2013 is hereby amended to reflect the above changes. -(14) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey, that the Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute a Prove IT licensing agreement with Kenexa Technology, Inc., on behalf of the Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services, in the amount of $1,000, for the period March 17, 2013 through March 16, 2014, a copy of which is on file in the Office of the Director of the Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services and made a part hereof by reference. This licensing agreement is for one year of unlimited testing for the Morristown office. Access to over 12,000 tests will be provided. Testing includes knowledge-based, including technical skills, assessments (e.g., Customer Service, MS Office). -(15) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows: 1. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute an interlocal services agreement for emergency radio dispatching services provided by the Countys Communication System to the Township of Roxbury for 2013 a copy of which is on file in the Office of the Department of Law and Public Safety and made a part hereof by reference. This resolution shall take effect in accordance with the law. --

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(16) GRANT AGREEMENT BETWEEN MORRIS COUNTY OFFICE OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY BY AND FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION GRANT IDENTIFIER: EN13-023 GOVERNING BODY RESOLUTION The governing body of Morris County desires to further the public interest by obtaining a grant from the State of New Jersey in the amount of approximately $106,760 to fund the following project: Investigation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement of Approved CEHA Workplans. Therefore, the governing body resolves that Thomas J. Mastrangelo or the successor to the office of Director, Board of Chosen Freeholders is authorized (a) to make application for such a grant, (b) if awarded, to execute a grant agreement with the State for a grant in an amount not less than $106,760 and not more than $106,760, and (c) to execute any amendments thereto which do not increase the Grantees obligations. *The Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders authorizes and hereby agrees to match 49.3% of the Total Project Amount, in compliance with the match requirements of the agreement. The availability of the match for such purposes, whether cash, services, or property, is hereby certified. One Hundred Percent of the match will be made up of in-kind services (if allowed by grant program requirements and the agreement).* The Grantee agrees to comply with all applicable federal, State, and municipal laws, rules, and regulations in its performance pursuant to the agreement. * The portion of this form between the asterisks should only be completed if matching funds are required under the terms of the agreement. Where in-kind services are allowed and are stipulated by the Grantee, an attachment must be provided and appended hereto, breaking out the in-kind services to be provided by the Grantee. -(17) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, in the State of New Jersey that the Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders be authorized to sign and execute a Grant Agreement with the Housing Authority of the County of Morris in the amount of $186,553.00 for the purpose of distributing the rental assistance portion of the Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program. -(18) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows: 1. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute a shared services agreement for GIS Services provided by the Countys Department of Planning & Development to the Township of Chester for 2013-2015, a copy of which is on file in the office of the Department of Planning & Development and made a part hereof by reference. The Director of Finance and County Treasurer is hereby authorized to receive payments of up to $24,200 in accordance with the terms of the above agreement, crediting the appropriate account. This resolution shall take effect in accordance with the law. -(19) WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris resolved on December 5, 2011 that the County enter into a HOME Investment Partnership Subgrant Agreement with Madison Affordable Housing Corporation (MAHC) for $52,253.00 (Acct #12/11-1147); and,

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WHEREAS, additional funding in the amount of $100,000.00 is necessary and available for this project as allocated by Acct #15/12-1181 in program year 2012; and, WHEREAS, this revised contract differs only in the aforesaid $100,000 contract amount increase; and WHEREAS, County Counsel has already reviewed and approved the aforesaid contract; and, WHEREAS the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requires that projects, which have received funding for more than one year, combine multiple years of funding into one lump sum in the first year, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows: 1. The Director is hereby authorized to sign and execute the aforementioned amended contract with Madison Affordable Housing Corporation, reflecting the aforesaid increase, a copy of which is on file in the Office of the Division of Community Development. The County Treasurer and Director of Finance is hereby authorized to reclassify $100,000 from account #15/12-1181 to account #12/11-1147, resulting in a new contract total of $152,253. This resolution takes effect immediately. -(20) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, in the State of New Jersey that the Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders be authorized to sign and execute a Budget Modification to the Wastewater Management Plan Grant Agreement with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to move $25,500 from the Other category to the Salaries and Fringe category and to a three (3) month no cost time extension changing the expiration date from 6/30/2013 to 9/30/2013. -(21) BE IT RESOLVED as follows: 1. The County of Morris wishes to purchase goods and services from the following authorized vendors under the State of New Jersey Cooperative Purchasing Program 1-NJCP, according to Local Public Contract Laws, N.J.S. 40A:11-12. Dell Marketing LP One Dell Way Round Rock TX 78682 NJSC#A70256-WSCA Whitemarsh Corp. 80 Baekeland Avenue Middlesex NJ 08846 NJSC#A77548 Tilcon New York Inc. 625 Mt Hope Rd Wharton NJ 07885 Co-op#5 Tactical Medical Solutions Inc. 112 North Park Dr. Anderson SC 29625 GS-07F-0163Y Space Farms Inc. 218 Rt 519 Sussex NJ 07461 Co-op#51 Mayline Company, LLC 10 Lanidex Center W Parsippany NJ NJSC#A70142 Law & Public Safety 01-201-25-252105-131 Amount: $4,927.96

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Motor Service Center 01-201-26-315100-098 Amount: $3,471.35

Road Division 01-201-26-290100-222 Amount: $2,332.73

Law & Public Safety 02-213-41-784330-391 Amount: $3,221.00

Road Division 01-201-26-290100-036 Amount: $2,142.00

Sheriffs Office 04-216-55-954200-956 Amount: $3,206.64

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Verizon Wireless 20 Alexander Drive Wallingford CT 06492-9814 NJSC#82583 Turtle & Hughes Inc. 1900 Lower Road Linden NJ 07036 NJSC#A73140 Tilcon New York Inc. 625 Mt Hope Rd Wharton NJ 07885 Co-op#5 Tilcon New York Inc. 625 Mt Hope Rd Wharton NJ 07885 Co-op#9 Major Police Supply 47 N Dell Avenue Kenvil NJ 07847 NJSC#A81330 Ready Supply P O Box 571 Montvale NJ 07645 Leading Age Schindler Elevator 20 Whippany Rd Morristown NJ 07960 Leading Age D & B Auto Supply 320 Lincoln Bjlvd Middlesex NJ 08846 CC-0113-12 Woodruff Energy 73 Water Street Bridgeton NJ 08302-0499 HGP1144 Quality Auto Glass Inc. 2300 So Clinton Avenue South Plainfield NJ 07080 NJSC#A79927 Route 23 Auto Mall LLC 1301 Route 23 Butler NJ 07405-1797 NJSCA# -(22) WHEREAS, Resolution #10, adopted at the May 23, 2012 Freeholder Public Meeting authorized the execution of an agreement on behalf of the Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services (a.k.a. One-Stop) with Warren County Community College under the Health Professions Opportunity Grant, through which the One-Stop received $19,820.00 for services rendered; and, WHEREAS, there is a need to continue to provide these services which identify eligible individuals and facilitate their training in health professions; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that the Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute a second extension to the aforesaid agreement for an additional $19,820.00 for the period September 30, 2012 through September 29, 2013; Prosecutors Office 01-201-25-275100-031 Amount: $6,258.88

Morris View Healthcare 01-201-27-350110-262 Amount: $5,055.55

Road Division 01-201-26-290100-222 Amount: $1,176.56

Road Division 01-201-26-290100-244 Amount: $1,981.59

Law & Public Safety 13-290-56-575801-888 Amount: $3,594.46

Morris View Healthcare 01-201-24-350125-182 Amount: $3,354.40

Morris View Healthcare 01-201-27-350110-044 Amount: $2,334.14

Motor Service Center 01-201-26-315100-291 Amount: $ 2,390.99

Morris View Healthcare 01-201-27-350110-141 Amount: $22,382.20

Motor Service Center 0-201-26-315100-261 Amount: $1,960.00

Motor Service Center 01-201-26-315100-291 Amount: $1,658.39

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Director of Finance and County Treasurer is hereby authorized to accept the aforesaid funds, crediting the appropriate account. -(23) WHEREAS, Resolution #25, adopted at the September 12, 2012 Freeholder Public Meeting authorized the execution of an agreement on behalf of the Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services (a.k.a. One-Stop) with County College of Morris under the Health Professions Opportunity Grant, through which the One-Stop received $19,820.00 for services rendered; and, WHEREAS, there is a need to continue to provide these services which identify eligible individuals and facilitate their training in health professions; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that the Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute a second extension to the aforesaid agreement for an additional $19,820.00 for the period September 30, 2012 through September 29, 2013; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Director of Finance and County Treasurer is hereby authorized to accept the aforesaid funds, crediting the appropriate account. -(24) WHEREAS, Resolution #20, adopted at the September 12, 2012 Freeholder Public Meeting authorized the execution of an agreement on behalf of the Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services (a.k.a. One-Stop) with Sussex County Community College under the Health Professions Opportunity Grant, through which the One-Stop received $19,820.00 for services rendered; and, WHEREAS, there is a need to continue to provide these services which identify eligible individuals and facilitate their training in health professions; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that the Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute a second extension to the aforesaid agreement for an additional $19,820.00 for the period September 30, 2012 through September 29, 2013; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Director of Finance and County Treasurer is hereby authorized to accept the aforesaid funds, crediting the appropriate account. -(25) BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that the following Capital Improvement Balance be, and is hereby cancelled: ACCOUNT# 963091 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION Renovations & Upgrade of Bathrooms/Locker Rooms in the Original Section of the Fire Fighters & Police Training Academy -(26) BE IT RESOLVED, that in accordance with a resolution passed on November 8, 1995, the following departments will be debited per journal entry for the following expense. DEPARTMENT CHARGED 01-201-27345100-069 TYPE OF EXPENSE Printing January March 2013 Temporary Assistance DEPARTMENT CREDITED Anticipated Revenue Office Services AMOUNT $ 0.60

AMOUNT $18.12

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01-201-22201100-069 Printing January March 2013 Weights & Measures $67.44 Anticipated Revenue Office Services

-(27) BE IT RESOLVED, that in accordance with a resolution passed on November 8, 1995, the following departments will be debited per journal entry for the following expenses. DEPARTMENT CHARGED 01-201-22201100-291 TYPE OF EXPENSE Vehicle Maintenance January March 2013 Weights & Measures Vehicle Maintenance January March 2013 Nutrition DEPARTMENT CREDITED Anticipated Revenue Public Works

AMOUNT $ 480.56

01-201-41716100-291

$4,274.89

Anticipated Revenue Public Works

-(28) WHEREAS, pursuant to (i) Section 510(c) of that certain Lease Purchase Agreement dated as of August 1, 2011 (the Lease Agreement) by and between The Morris County Improvement Authority (the Authority) and the County of Morris, New Jersey, and (ii) Section 5.02 of the Authoritys bond resolution entitled Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of County of Morris Lease Revenue Bonds of The Morris County Improvement Authority, duly adopted by the Authority on July 20, 2011, as amended and supplemented, U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee for the holders of the captioned bonds (the Bonds), is authorized to pay from moneys on deposit in the Acquisition Fund bills associated with the Public Safety Academy project Block 7, Lot 2 in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, and WHEREAS, Requisition Number 21 in the amount of $4,220.64 payable to Dell Marketing LP is being sent to U. S. Bank on May 23, 2013. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the action of the Treasurer in submitting the bill for payment, to the Trustee U. S. Bank, as approved by the Director of Engineering, is hereby approved. -(29) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that the Director of Finance & County Treasurer is hereby authorized to reclassify the following payment as follows: CHECK # 360546 DATE PAYEE AMOUNT $13,056.84 FROM 01-201-29396100-011 TO 01-203-29396100-011

02/27/13 Rutgers, The State University

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2013 Resolution #8 authorized to reclassify $13,056.84, paid to Rutgers, The State University on 02/27/13, check number 360546. AND WHEREAS, it has become necessary to change the account number to reclassify 01-203-29-39100-011 to 01-203-29-396100-011. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to execute said reclassification modification. This resolution shall take effect immediately. --

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(30) BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that the Director of Finance & County Treasurer is hereby authorized to reclassify the following payment as follows: CHECK # DATE PAYEE R.S. Knapp Co. Inc. HewlettPackard Company NJDOL $ AMOUNT 249.30 FROM 01-203-20165100-164 01-203-25275100-037 TO 01-201-20165100-164 01-201-25275100-037

361898 03/27/13 (partial) 362227 04/10/13

299.00

363419 05/06/13 (partial) 363419 05/06/13 (partial)

$ 8,646.00

02-118-03741015-888 02-118-03741015-888

02-118-03741020-888 02-118-03741020-888

NJDOL

$17,799.00

-(31) WHEREAS, the County Treasurer has been advised that a tax lien has been filed against vendor number 19134 and whereas bills to this vendor have been submitted as follows: DATE 05/06/13 AMOUNT $1,373.59 ACCOUNT Centralized Disbursement BANK Bank of America

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body that the County Treasurer be authorized to process the above to the United States Treasury to satisfy the lien. AMOUNT $1,373.59 PAYEE United States Treasury -(32) WHEREAS, the County Treasurer has been advised that check number 360701 issued on 2/28/2013 is no longer needed. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County Treasurer is hereby authorized to stop payment and redeposit the following check: CHECK # 360701 DATE 02/28/13 AMOUNT $20.00 PAYEE Grace Winters -(33) WHEREAS, the County Treasurer has been advised that the following check has been lost and payment has been stopped on same, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer is hereby authorized to reissue the same. CHECK # 360528 DATE 02/27/13 AMOUNT $1,198.80 PAYEE Richard Jennings -(34) WHEREAS, the County of Morris has a PCARD program with Bank of America and WHEREAS, transactions were processed through the program during the month of April 2013, as per the attached documentation. ACCOUNT Centralized Disbursement BANK Bank of America ACCOUNT Centralized Disbursement BANK Bank of America ACCOUNT Centralized Disbursement BANK Bank of America

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NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that authorization is hereby given to the Treasurers office to process payment to Bank of America by the due date of 5/25/2013 in the total amount of $1,000.00. -(35) RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE INSERTION OF ANY SPECIAL ITEM OF REVENUE IN THE BUDGET OF ANY COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY PURSUANT TO N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 (CHAPTER 159, P.L. 1948) WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 provides that the Director of the Division of Local Government Services may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any county or municipality when such item shall have been made available by law and the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget, and WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of an item of appropriation for equal amount, WHEREAS, the Treasurer certifies that the County of Morris has realized or is in receipt of written notification of the state or federal monies cited in this resolution, which meets all statutory requirements and will be included in the 2013 county budget, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Chosen Freeholders hereby requests the Director of the Division of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue and appropriation in the budget of the year 2013 as referenced below: Revenue Title: New Jersey Dept. of Transportation Appropriation Title: 2013 Annual Transportation Program (ATP) County Aid Local Match - Source: Amount: $4,035,200.00 Amount: $4,035,200.00 Amount: $____________

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that pursuant to N.J.S.A 40A:4-87 this resolution has been duly adopted by the governing body of the County of Morris and that one (1) certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Division of Local Government Services. -(36) WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 40A:5-4 requires the governing body of every local unit to have made an annual audit of its books, accounts and financial transactions, and WHEREAS, the Annual Report of Audit for the year 2012 has been filed by a Registered Municipal Accountant with the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders as per the requirements of N.J.S. 40A:5-6, and a copy has been received by each member of the governing body, and WHEREAS, the Local Finance Board of the State of New Jersey is authorized to prescribe reports pertaining to the local fiscal affairs, as per R.S. 52:27BB-34, and WHEREAS, the Local Finance Board has promulgated a regulation requiring that the governing body of each local unit shall by resolution certify to the Local Finance Board of the State of New Jersey that all members of the governing body have reviewed, as a minimum, the sections of the annual audit entitled: General Comments Recommendations and WHEREAS, the members of the governing body have personally reviewed as a minimum the Annual Report of Audit, and specifically the sections of the Annual Audit entitled: General Comments Recommendations as evidenced by the group affidavit form of the governing body, and WHEREAS, such resolution of certification shall be adopted by the governing body no later than forty-five days after the receipt of the annual audit, as per the regulations of the Local Finance Board, and

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WHEREAS, all members of the governing body have received and have familiarized themselves with, at least, the minimum requirements of the Local Finance Board of the State of New Jersey, as stated aforesaid and have subscribed to the affidavit, as provided by the Local Finance Board, and WHEREAS, failure to comply with the promulgations of the Local Finance Board of the State of New Jersey may subject the members of the local governing body to the penalty provisions of R.S. 52:27BB-52 - to wit: R.S. 52:27BB-52 - A local officer or member of a local governing body who, after a date fixed for compliance, fails or refuses to obey an order of the director (Director of Local Government Services), under the provisions of this Article, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, may be fined not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both, in addition, shall forfeit his office. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, hereby states that it has complied with the promulgation of the Local Finance Board of the State of New Jersey dated July 30, 1968 and does hereby submit a certified copy of this resolution and the required affidavit to said Board to show evidence of said compliance. -(37) WHEREAS, pursuant to (i) Section 510(c) of that certain Lease Purchase Agreement dated as of August 1, 2011 (the Lease Agreement) by and between The Morris County Improvement Authority (the Authority) and the County of Morris, New Jersey, and (ii) Section 5.02 of the Authoritys bond resolution entitled Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of County of Morris Lease Revenue Bonds of The Morris County Improvement Authority, duly adopted by the Authority on July 20, 2011, as amended and supplemented, U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee for the holders of the captioned bonds (the Bonds), is authorized to pay from moneys on deposit in the Acquisition Fund bills associated with the Public Safety Academy project Block 7, Lot 2 in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, and WHEREAS, Requisition Number 22 in the amount of $1,179,481.33 payable to APS Contracting, Inc. is being sent to U. S. Bank on May 23, 2013. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the action of the Treasurer in submitting the bill for payment, to the Trustee U. S. Bank, as approved by the Director of Engineering, is hereby approved. -(38) WHEREAS, pursuant to (i) Section 510(c) of that certain Lease Purchase Agreement dated as of August 1, 2011 (the Lease Agreement) by and between The Morris County Improvement Authority (the Authority) and the County of Morris, New Jersey, and (ii) Section 5.02 of the Authoritys bond resolution entitled Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of County of Morris Lease Revenue Bonds of The Morris County Improvement Authority, duly adopted by the Authority on July 20, 2011, as amended and supplemented, U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee for the holders of the captioned bonds (the Bonds), is authorized to pay from moneys on deposit in the Acquisition Fund bills associated with the Public Safety Academy project Block 7, Lot 2 in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, and WHEREAS, Requisition Number 23 in the amount of $23,560.20 payable to Dell Marketing LP is being sent to U. S. Bank on May 23, 2013. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the action of the Treasurer in submitting the bill for payment, to the Trustee U. S. Bank, as approved by the Director of Engineering, is hereby approved. -(39) WHEREAS, pursuant to (i) Section 510(c) of that certain Lease Purchase Agreement dated as of August 1, 2011 (the Lease Agreement) by and between The Morris County Improvement Authority (the Authority) and the County of Morris, New Jersey, and (ii) Section 5.02 of the Authoritys bond resolution entitled Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of County of Morris Lease Revenue Bonds of The Morris County Improvement Authority, duly adopted by the Authority on July 20, 2011, as amended and supplemented, U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee for the holders of the captioned bonds (the Bonds), is authorized to pay from moneys on deposit in the Acquisition Fund

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bills associated with the Public Safety Academy project Block 7, Lot 2 in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, and WHEREAS, Requisition Number 24 in the amount of $229,782.09 payable to Activu Corporation is being sent to U. S. Bank on May 23, 2013. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the action of the Treasurer in submitting the bill for payment, to the Trustee U. S. Bank, as approved by the Director of Engineering, is hereby approved. -(40) WHEREAS, a contract was awarded on August 24, 2011 for Alterations and Additions to the Morris County Public Safety Training Complex; and WHEREAS, it has been determined that it is necessary to increase said contract in response to the need for additional construction services; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that, pursuant to Local Public Contract Regulations, contract modification as detailed on Contract Change Order Request No. 3-42999 is hereby approved as follows: 1. Vendor: APS Contracting 155-161 Pennsylvania Avenue Paterson, NJ 07503 Alterations and Additions to the Public Safety Training Complex $ 100,393.72

2.

Items:

3. 4. 5.

Increase: New Contract Total:

$ 18,668,954.90

The necessary amended Certificate of Availability of Funds has been provided by the Treasurer and said amended Certificate indicates the availability of funds is as listed in Capital Account #04-216-55951249-940 and said account shall be charged. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to execute said contract modification. This resolution shall take effect immediately. --

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7.

(41) BE IT RESOLVED as follows: 1. The County of Morris wishes to purchase goods and services from the following authorized vendors under the State of New Jersey Cooperative Purchasing Program 1-NJCP, according to Local Public Contract Laws, N.J.S. 40A:11-12. SHI 290 Davidson Avenue Somerset NJ 08873 NJSC#A77560 2. Law & Public Safety 01-201-25-252100-059: Amount: $140,000.00

The Treasurer is hereby authorized to issue Certificates of Availability of Funds.

-(42) RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE INSERTION OF ANY SPECIAL ITEM OF REVENUE IN THE BUDGET OF ANY COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY PURSUANT TO N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 (CHAPTER 159, P.L. 1948) WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 provides that the Director of the Division of Local Government Services may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any county or municipality when such item shall have been made available by law and the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget, and WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of an item of appropriation for equal amount,

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WHEREAS, the Treasurer certifies that the County of Morris has realized or is in receipt of written notification of the state or federal monies cited in this resolution, which meets all statutory requirements and will be included in the 2013 county budget, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Chosen Freeholders hereby requests the Director of the Division of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue and appropriation in the budget of the year 2013 as referenced below: Revenue Title: U.S. Department of Transportation Appropriation Title: MAPS Section 5311 Local Match - Source: Amount: Amount: Amount: $253,063.00 $253,063.00 $___________

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that pursuant to N.J.S.A 40A:4-87 this resolution has been duly adopted by the governing body of the County of Morris and that one (1) certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Division of Local Government Services. -(43) RESOLUTION COMBINING BONDS AGGREGATING THE SUM OF $4,068,000 AUTHORIZED BY SIX BOND ORDINANCES HERETOFORE ADOPTED TO FINANCE PART OF THE COSTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND ACQUISITION OF VARIOUS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND THE ACQUISITION OF EQUIPMENT AND PROPERTY IN AND BY THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, INTO ONE CONSOLIDATED ISSUE OF BONDS. WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, New Jersey (the County), has heretofore adopted six bond ordinances authorizing bonds to finance part of the costs of the construction and acquisition of various capital improvements and the acquisition of equipment and property in and by the County; and WHEREAS, it is necessary to issue bonds pursuant to said ordinances in an aggregate principal amount of $4,068,000 and it is deemed advisable and in the best interests of the County, for the purpose of the orderly marketing of said bonds and for other financial reasons, to combine the bonds authorized under said six ordinances into one consolidated issue in the aggregate principal amount of $4,068,000 pursuant to the Local Bond Law, constituting Chapter 2 of Title 40A of the Revised Statutes of New Jersey (the Local Bond Law); NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, New Jersey: Section 1. That pursuant to Ordinances entitled:

(a) BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $970,000 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $923,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR THE ACQUISITION OF VARIOUS VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT BY THE MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY heretofore finally adopted, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $323,000 to be outstanding. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 5 years. (b) BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $1,300,000 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $1,238,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR VARIOUS CAPITAL PROJECTS AT FACILITIES MAINTAINED BY THE MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY heretofore finally adopted, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $838,000 to be outstanding. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 11.92 years. (c) BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $1,500,000 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $1,500,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR VARIOUS RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS AT THE COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS

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heretofore finally adopted, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $1,500,000 to be outstanding. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 14.33 years. (d) BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $1,963,892 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $1,869,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR VARIOUS CAPITAL PROJECTS AT MORRIS COUNTY SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY heretofore finally adopted, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $320,000 to be outstanding. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 14.11 years. (e) BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $7,945,000 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $3,727,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR ROADWAY DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COUNTY ROUTES #510, 615, 623, 624, 634 AND 650, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY heretofore finally adopted, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $1,000,000 to be outstanding. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 10 years. (f) BOND ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $150,000 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $142,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT AT VARIOUS COUNTY FACILITIES, BY AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY heretofore finally adopted, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $87,000 to be outstanding. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 15 years. Section 2. The bonds referred to in Section 1 hereof shall be and they hereby are combined into one consolidated issue of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $4,068,000 and are sometimes hereinafter collectively referred to as the Bonds. The bonds referred to in subsections (a) through and including (b) of Section 1 hereof shall each be designated as Park Bonds of 2013 and shall be numbered with the prefix P from one consecutively upward. The bonds referred to in subsection (c) of Section 1 hereof shall each be designated as County College Bonds of 2013 and shall be numbered with the prefix C from one consecutively upward. The bonds referred to in subsections (d) through and including (f) of Section 1 hereof shall each be designated as General Improvement Bonds of 2013 and shall be numbered with the prefix G from one consecutively upward. Section 3. The Bonds shall be dated the date of delivery and will be issued in fully registered form. When issued, the Bonds will be registered in the name of and held by Cede & Co., as the owner thereof and nominee for The Depository Trust Company, New York, New York (DTC), an automated depository for securities and clearinghouse for securities transactions. Upon issuance, the Bonds will be delivered to DTC in single denominations for each maturity of each of the General Improvement Bonds of 2013, the County College Bonds of 2013, and the Park Bonds of 2013. Purchases of the Bonds will be made in book-entry form (without certificates) in the denomination of $5,000 each or any integral multiple thereof, except that such minimum amount of the last maturing Bonds in excess of the largest principal amount thereof equaling a multiple of $5,000 will be in the denominations of $1,000 or any integral multiple thereof, as may be necessary to comply with the proposal of the purchaser of the Bonds to accept less than the full amount of the Bonds offered for public sale in accordance with Section 8 hereof, Local Bond Law and the hereinafter defined Notice of Sale. The Bonds shall mature serially in numerical order on June 15 of each of the following years and in the following principal amounts: $1,407,000 General Improvement Bonds of 2013 maturing in the principal amount of $200,000 in each of the years 2014 through 2019 and $207,000 in the year 2020. $1,161,000 Park Bonds of 2013 maturing in the principal amount of $200,000 in each of the years 2014 through 2018 and $161,000 in the year 2019.

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$1,500,000 County College Bonds of 2013 maturing in the principal amount of $200,000 in each of the years 2014 through 2020 and $100,000 in the year 2021. The combined maturity schedule for the Bonds is as follows: Year June 15 2014 2015 2016 2017 Year Principal Amount June 15 $600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 2018 2019 2020 2021

Principal Amount $600,000 561,000 407,000 100,000

Section 4. The Bonds are not subject to redemption prior to their stated maturities. Section 5. It is hereby found, determined and declared that the average period of usefulness of the improvements or purposes, taking into consideration the amount of such bonds to be issued for said improvements or purposes, for which the General Improvement Bonds of 2013 are to be issued is 11.24 years. It is hereby found, determined and declared that the average period of usefulness of the improvements or purposes, taking into consideration the amount of such bonds to be issued for said improvements or purposes, for which the County College Bonds of 2013 are to be issued is 14.33 years. It is hereby found, determined and declared that the average period of usefulness of the improvements or purposes, taking into consideration the amount of such bonds to be issued for said improvements or purposes, for which the Park Bonds of 2013 are to be issued is 9.99 years. Section 6. The Bonds shall bear interest from their dated date based on their outstanding principal amount at a rate or rates to be determined as hereinafter set forth in Section 8 of this resolution, payable on June 15, 2014 and thereafter semi-annually on the fifteenth day of June and December in each year until maturity, by check or draft mailed on such interest payment date to the owners thereof registered as such as of each next preceding June 1 and December 1 on the registration books of the County. Interest on the Bonds shall be calculated on the basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day calendar months. Both principal of and interest on the Bonds shall be payable in lawful money of the United States of America. Notwithstanding any other provision herein to the contrary, so long as DTC or its nominee, Cede & Co., is the registered owner of the Bonds, payments of the principal of and interest on the Bonds will be made directly to Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC in accordance with the provisions of the DTC Representation Letter to be executed by the County and DTC. Disbursal of such payments to the DTC participants is the responsibility of DTC, and disbursal of such payments to the beneficial owners of the Bonds is the responsibility of the DTC participants. Section 7. All of the Bonds shall be signed by the manual or facsimile signature of the Director or Deputy Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and the County Treasurer and the corporate seal of the County shall be affixed thereto, attested by the manual signature of the Clerk or Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and shall be payable, both as to principal and interest to the purchaser thereof, and shall be in substantially the form as attached hereto as Exhibit A and made a part hereof. Section 8. The County Treasurer be and is hereby authorized and directed to offer the Bonds for public sale, award the Bonds, if necessary, and to determine in his discretion the date for receipt for such proposals, all in accordance with the terms set forth in the Notice of Sale. The County Treasurer is further hereby authorized and directed to report in writing to the Board of Chosen Freeholders at the next meeting succeeding the date when any sale or delivery of the Bonds pursuant to this resolution is made, such report to include the principal amount, description, interest rate or rates and maturities of the Bonds sold, the price obtained and the name of the purchaser. The Notice of Sale shall comply in all respects with the applicable statutes relating thereto and shall be substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit B, with such additions, modifications or deletions as determined by the County Treasurer. The Notice of Sale or a summary thereof, as permitted by applicable law, shall be published in The Bond Buyer and such other newspaper published and circulated in the County as the County

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Treasurer may select at least once at least seven (7) days prior to the date of public sale. Section 9. The Director or Deputy Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and the County Treasurer be and are hereby authorized to distribute a form of Proposal for Bonds (the Proposal) in respect of the Bonds which Proposal shall be the official form for submission of bids in accordance with the Notice of Sale, except for those Proposals which are submitted electronically pursuant to the terms and provisions of the Notice of Sale. Such Proposal shall be in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit C with such additions, modifications and deletions as the County Treasurer may approve. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and the County Treasurer are hereby further authorized at their discretion to accept Proposals and complete the award of the Bonds, pursuant to the terms and provisions of the Notice of Sale, by means of electronic media; provided that, with respect to the selection of the particular electronic media and the implementation of the procedures for the exercise thereof, the County Treasurer shall consult with counsel and other applicable professional advisors to the County with respect thereto. Section 10. The County Treasurer be and is hereby authorized to distribute a Preliminary Official Statement which provides certain information in connection with the issuance of Bonds. The County Treasurer is hereby further authorized to disseminate the Preliminary Official Statement via electronic medium, in addition to or in lieu of physical, printed medium. Within seven (7) business days of the sale of the Bonds, the County Treasurer shall cause an Official Statement, with such additions, modifications and deletions to such Preliminary Official Statement as the County Treasurer may approve to be distributed. Section 11. The County hereby authorizes the bidders on the Bonds to aggregate consecutive principal maturities for which such bidder bid the same interest rate into term bonds, provided that mandatory sinking funds for which redemptions in lieu of the principal maturities are provided. Section 12. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and County Treasurer are hereby authorized and directed to approve, deem final in accordance with Rule 15c2-12 of the Securities and Exchange Commission and execute the Preliminary Official Statement of the County issued in connection with the Bonds, the Official Statement of the County issued in connection with the Bonds and the Notice of Sale and Continuing Disclosure Certificate and their use in connection with the sale of the Bonds and are further authorized, as is the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, to execute all documents, including the Official Statement and the Continuing Disclosure Certificate necessary for the sale and delivery of the Bonds. Section 13. The County Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed (a) to cause a copy of the written opinion with respect to the Bonds which is to be rendered by the firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP (complete except for omission of its date) to be printed or referred to on the Bonds, and at the time of the original delivery of payment for the Bonds and when such written opinion is rendered, to cause the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders to certify to the truth and correctness of such copy of opinion by executing on each of said Bonds, by manual or facsimile signature, a certificate subjoined to each such copy, and to file a signed duplicate of such written opinion in such Clerks office and at each place at which the Bonds are payable, (b) to cause the applicable CUSIP number (if any) assigned for each of said Bonds by the CUSIP Service Bureau of Standard & Poors Corporation of New York, New York, to be printed on each of the Bonds, and (c) to cause, in the event that the Bonds shall qualify for issuance of any policy of municipal bond insurance at the option of the purchaser thereof, such legend or reference (if any) of such insurance to be printed (at the expense of such purchaser) on the Bonds. Section 14. The County hereby covenants to comply with the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the Code) applicable to the Bonds and covenants not to take any action or to fail to take any action which would cause the interest on the Bonds to lose the exclusion from gross income for Federal income tax purposes provided under Section 103 of the Code or cause interest on the Bonds to become an item of tax preference under Section 57 of the Code or included in adjusted current earnings in the computation of alternative minimum tax for purposes of the alternative minimum tax under the Code. Section 15. Upon the date of issue of the Bonds, being the date of delivery of the Bonds to DTC on behalf of the successful bidder and the

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payment of the purchase price thereof in accordance with the Notice of Sale, the County Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed as of said date of issue, to execute and deliver to said successful bidder (a) an arbitrage certification with respect to the Bonds under and for the purpose of Section 148 of the Code, and (b) an accompanying opinion of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP as of said date of issue with respect to said arbitrage certification for the purposes of said Section 148. The County Treasurer is hereby authorized to execute and deliver, upon the date of issue of the Bonds, a Tax Regulatory Agreement with respect to the exclusion of interest on the Bonds from gross income of the holders thereof for Federal income tax purposes, including, inter alia, the status of the Bonds as other than private activity bonds within the meaning of Section 141 of the Code. Section 16. The proceeds of the Bonds shall be applied in the amounts and for the purposes provided in Section 1 hereof, and to pay and fund any bond anticipation notes theretofore issued for such purpose and then outstanding. Section 17. With respect to Ordinance No. 953132 of the County, the County hereby allocates an additional amount of $50,000.00 from the Capital Improvement Fund and cancels the amount of bonds or notes authorized under such Ordinance by $50,000.00. Section 18. With respect to Ordinance No. 951063 of the County, the County hereby allocates an additional amount of $25,381.46 from the Capital Improvement Fund and cancels the amount of bonds or notes authorized under such Ordinance by $25,381.46. Section 19. This resolution shall take effect immediately. -EXHIBIT A (FORM OF BOND) No. G- or C- or PUNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF NEW JERSEY COUNTY OF MORRIS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BOND OF 2013 OR COUNTY COLLEGE BOND OF 2013 OR PARK BOND OF 2013 Date of Bond: _______ __, 2013 Date of Maturity: June 15, 20__ Registered Owner:********************* Principal Amount: $_______ CUSIP: Cede & Co. ************************

Principal Amount:***************______________________*********************** The COUNTY OF MORRIS, a municipal corporation of the State of New Jersey, (the County) hereby acknowledges itself indebted and for value received promises to pay to the Registered Owner listed above or registered assigns, the sum specified above as the Principal Amount on the date specified above as the Date of Maturity, upon presentation and surrender of this bond, and to pay to the registered owner hereof interest on such sum, from the Date of Bond specified above until the Date of Maturity specified above, at the rate of _______ per centum (__%) per annum payable on June 15, 2014 and thereafter semi-annually on the fifteenth day of June and December in each year. Principal of this bond will be paid in lawful money of the United States of America by the County. Interest on this bond will be payable by check or draft mailed by the County semiannually commencing on June 15, 2014 and thereafter on June 15 and December 15 in each year until maturity to the registered owners of the Bonds, registered as such as of each next preceding June 1 and December 1 (the Record Dates for payment of interest) on the registration books of the County. All of the bonds, of which this bond is one, shall be initially issued as one fully registered bond for each maturity in the name of CEDE & CO., as registered owner and nominee for The Depository Trust Company (DTC). Notwithstanding any other provision herein to the contrary, so long as DTC or

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its nominee, CEDE & CO., is the registered owner of the bonds, payments of the principal of and interest on the bonds will be made directly to CEDE & CO., as nominee of DTC in accordance with the provisions of the DTC Representation Letter executed by the County and DTC relating to the bonds. Disbursal of such payments to the DTC participants is the responsibility of DTC, and disbursal of such payments to the beneficial owners of the bonds is the responsibility of the DTC participants. The Bonds are not subject to redemption prior to their stated maturities. This bond is transferable only upon the books of the County kept for that purpose, by the registered owner hereof in person or by his attorney duly authorized in writing, upon surrender hereof together with a written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the County duly executed by the registered owner or such duly authorized attorney, and thereupon the County shall issue in the name of the transferee a new bond or bonds of the same aggregate principal amount and series, designation, maturity and interest rate as the surrendered bond. The County and any paying agent of the County may treat and consider the person in whose name this bond is registered as the holder and absolute owner hereof for the purpose of receiving payment of, or on account of, the principal and interest due hereon and for all other purposes whatsoever. This bond is one of an authorized issue of bonds of the County and is issued pursuant to the Local Bond Law, constituting Chapter 2 of Title 40A of the Revised Statutes of the State of New Jersey, a resolution of the governing body of the County entitled: RESOLUTION COMBINING BONDS AGGREGATING THE SUM OF $4,068,000 AUTHORIZED BY SIX BOND ORDINANCES HERETOFORE ADOPTED TO FINANCE PART OF THE COSTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND ACQUISITION OF VARIOUS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND THE ACQUISITION OF EQUIPMENT AND PROPERTY IN AND BY THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, INTO ONE CONSOLIDATED ISSUE OF BONDS, adopted May 22, 2013, certain bond ordinances referred to therein and an award certificate of the County Treasurer executed June __, 2013. The full faith and credit of the County are hereby irrevocably pledged for the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on this bond according to its terms. This bond shall not be or be deemed to be a debt or liability of the State or a pledge of the faith and credit of the State. It is hereby certified and recited that all conditions, acts and things required by the Constitution or statutes of the State to exist, to have happened or to have been performed precedent to or in the issuance of this bond exist, have happened and have been performed, and that the issue of bonds of which this is one does not exceed any limitation imposed thereon by said Constitution or statutes. This bond shall not be valid or become obligatory for any purpose unless the Certificate of Authentication hereon has been duly executed by the County. In the event the County determines that it is in the best interests of the beneficial owners of the bonds (the actual purchasers of the bonds) that they be able to obtain certificated bonds, the County may notify DTC of the availability of bond certificates. In such event, the County will issue, transfer and exchange bond certificates as required by DTC and others in appropriate amounts. DTC may determine to discontinue providing its services with respect to the bonds at any time by giving a reasonable amount of notice in writing to the County and discharging its responsibilities with respect thereto. In the event of such determination, if the County fails to identify another qualified securities depository as successor to DTC, the County will issue, authenticate and deliver replacement bonds in the form of fully registered certificates. Whenever DTC requests the County to do so, the County will cooperate with DTC in taking appropriate action (a) to make available one or more separate certificates evidencing the bonds to any DTC Participant (participants of DTC) having bonds credited to its DTC account or (b) to arrange for another securities depository to maintain custody of certificates evidencing the bonds. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, THE COUNTY OF MORRIS has caused this bond to be executed in its name by the manual or facsimile signatures of its Director of its Board of Chosen Freeholders and its County Treasurer, and its corporate seal (or facsimile thereof) to be affixed, imprinted or reproduced hereon, and this bond and said seal to be attested by the manual signature of the

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Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, and this bond to be dated the ___ day of June, 2013. ATTEST: THE COUNTY OF MORRIS

_________________________ Diane M. Ketchum Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders (SEAL)

________________________ Thomas J. Mastrangelo Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders ________________________ Glenn Roe County Treasurer

CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION This bond is one of the Bonds described in the within mentioned resolution adopted May 22, 2013, and is one of an authorized issue of [General Improvement/County College/Park] Bonds of 2013 of The County of Morris, New Jersey.

________________________ Glenn Roe County Treasurer

Date of Authentication: June __, 2013 -The following abbreviations, when used in the inscription on this bond, shall be construed as though they were written out in full according to applicable laws or regulations (additional abbreviations may also be used though not in the following list): TEN COM - as tenants in common TEN ENT - as tenants by the entireties JT TEN - as joint tenants with right of survivorship and not as tenants in common -ASSIGNMENT FOR VALUE RECEIVED the undersigned hereby sells, assigns and transfers unto PLEASE INSERT SOCIAL SECURITY OR OTHER IDENTIFYING NUMBER OF ASSIGNEE (FOR COMPUTER RECORD ONLY) __________________ UNIF GIFT MIN ACT ______Custodian_______ (Cust) (Minor) under Uniform Gifts to Minors Act (State)

(Please Print or Typewrite Name and Address of Transferee) _____________________________________________________________ the within bond, and all rights thereunder, and hereby irrevocably constitutes and appoints ____________________________________________________ Attorney, to transfer the within bond on the books kept for the registration thereof, with full power of substitution in the premises. Dated: _______________________________ NOTICE: The signature to this assignment must correspond with the name as it appears upon the first page of the within bond in every particular, without alteration or enlargement or any change whatever. --

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CERTIFICATE AS TO LEGAL OPINION The undersigned Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, New Jersey HEREBY CERTIFIES that a true and correct copy of the original legal opinion of the Law Firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Florham Park, New Jersey as to the validity of the issue of bonds of which the within bond is one, is available for inspection at the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris, New Jersey and a copy thereof may be obtained by the registered or beneficial owner hereof upon request.

____________________________ Diane M. Ketchum Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders County of Morris, New Jersey -EXHIBIT B NOTICE OF SALE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY $4,068,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF 2013 consisting of: $1,407,000 General Improvement Bonds of 2013 and $1,161,000 Park Bonds of 2013 and $1,500,000 County College Bonds of 2013 PROPOSALS (the Proposal for Bonds) will be received, either in the form of a sealed bid delivered to the County Treasurer of the County of Morris, New Jersey (the County), in the Office of the Treasurer, Fourth Floor, Administration and Records Building, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey, or electronically via PARITY in the manner described below under the heading Procedures Regarding Electronic Bidding, on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 (the Bid Date) until 11:00 a.m., New Jersey time, and then and there publicly opened and considered by the County for the purchase of all (but not less than all) of the following general obligation bonds of the County (the Bonds): $1,407,000 General Improvement Bonds of 2013 maturing in the principal amount of $200,000 in each of the years 2014 through 2019 and $207,000 in the year 2020. $1,161,000 Park Bonds of 2013 maturing in the principal amount of $200,000 in each of the years 2014 through 2018 and $161,000 in the year 2019. $1,500,000 County College Bonds of 2013 maturing in the principal amount of $200,000 in each of the years 2014 through 2020 and $100,000 in the year 2021. The combined maturity schedule for the Bonds is as follows: Year June 15 2014 2015 2016 2017 Year Principal Amount June 15 $600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 2018 2019 2020 2021

Principal Amount $600,000 561,000 407,000 100,000

Bidders are required to submit bids for the Bonds in accordance with the terms of this Notice of Sale. The Bonds shall consist of serial bonds, maturing on June 15 in the years 2014 through 2021, inclusive, except as otherwise may be determined if the Term Bond Option is selected, as set forth herein. The preliminary principal amounts (the Preliminary Principal Amounts) of each serial maturity shall be as initially determined by the County, subject to the applicable limitations set forth herein under Bid Specifications. The aggregate Preliminary Principal Amount of the Bonds and the annual

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Preliminary Principal Amounts as set forth in the Preliminary Official Statement (as hereinafter defined) may be revised before the opening of sealed bids for the purchase of the Bonds. Any such revisions (the Revised Principal Amounts) will be announced on TM3 News Services (or any other news wire service widely recognized and relied upon by the municipal securities industry, TM3), or by any other available means, not later than 1:00 p.m. (New Jersey time) on the last business day prior to the Bid Date. In the event that no such revisions are made, the Preliminary Principal Amounts will constitute the Revised Principal Amounts. Bidders shall submit bids based on the Revised Principal Amounts. The Bonds are not subject to redemption prior to their stated maturities. The Bonds will be issued in fully registered form and when issued, will be registered in the name of and held by Cede & Co., as the registered owner thereof and nominee for The Depository Trust Company, New York (DTC), an automated depository for securities and clearinghouse for securities transactions. Individual purchases of beneficial ownership interests in the Bonds will be made in book-entry form (without certificates) in the denomination of $5,000 each, or any integral multiple of $1,000 in excess thereof, of the successful bidder to accept less than the full amount of the Bonds offered for sale in accordance with this Notice of Sale. It shall be the obligation of the successful bidder to furnish to DTC an underwriters questionnaire and the denominations of the Bonds not less than seventy-two (72) hours prior to the delivery of the Bonds. In the event that either DTC determines not to continue to act as securities depository for the Bonds or the County determines that it is in the best interest of the beneficial owners of the Bonds that they be able to obtain bond certificates, the County will issue, authenticate and deliver replacement Bonds in the form of fully registered certificates. The Bonds will be dated the date of delivery and will bear interest at the rate or rates per annum specified by the successful bidder therefor in accordance herewith, payable by check or draft mailed on June 15, 2014, and semiannually thereafter on June 15 and December 15 in each year until maturity to the registered owners of the Bonds, registered as such as of each next preceding June 1 and December 1 (the Record Dates for payment of interest) at their addresses as shown on the registration books of the County kept for that purpose. As long as DTC or its nominee, Cede & Co., is the registered owner of the Bonds, payments of the principal of and interest on the Bonds will be made directly to Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC, and disbursal of such payments to the DTC participants is the responsibility of DTC, and disbursal of such payments to the beneficial owners of the Bonds is the responsibility of the DTC participants and the indirect participants. Both principal of and interest on the Bonds will be payable in lawful money of the United States of America. Bid Specifications. To be considered, each Proposal for Bonds must be unconditional and must specify: a. Each proposal submitted must name the rate or rates of interest per annum to be borne by the Bonds, and the rate or rates named must be multiples of one-eighth or one-twentieth of one per centum. b. There is no limitation on the number of rates that may be named. The interest rate payable with respect to each Bond on any one date will be evidenced by a single rate of interest. Not more than one rate may be named for the Bonds of the same maturity. The difference between the lowest and the highest rates named in the proposal for the Bonds shall not exceed three per centum (3.00%). c. Each proposal submitted must be for all of the Bonds and the purchase price specified in the proposal must be not less than $4,068,000 nor greater than $4,393,440. Bidders are permitted to aggregate consecutive principal maturities for which such bidder bid the same interest rate into term bonds, provided that mandatory sinking funds for which redemptions in lieu of the principal maturities are provided. Bidders for the Bonds shall be deemed to have designated all Revised Principal Amounts with respect to the Bonds as serial bond maturities unless bidders designate term bond maturities as follows (the Term Bond Option). The respective Revised Principal Amounts may be

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designated as a term bond maturity(ies) with consecutive sinking fund installments, if so desired. Bidders selecting the Term Bond Option shall (i) fill in the interest rates for the serial bond maturities, as appropriate, in Section I of the Proposal for Bonds; (ii) cross out the consecutive serial bond maturities in Section I of the Proposal for Bonds for each year in which the term bond maturity(ies) and consecutive sinking fund installment(s) have been designated; and (iii) complete the Term Bond Option table in Section II of the Proposal for Bonds. The term bond maturity(ies) designated in the Term Bond Option table shall be equal in aggregate Revised Principal Amount to, and with amortization requirements corresponding to, the consecutive serial bond maturities that have been crossed out by the bidders. Except as described herein under the heading Procedures for Electronic Bidding, all bids must be on the official bid form entitled Proposal for Bonds, which may be obtained from the County at the address listed in the last paragraph of this Notice of Sale. All bids which are submitted electronically via PARITY pursuant to the procedures described below shall be deemed to constitute a Proposal for Bonds and shall be deemed to incorporate by reference all of the terms and conditions of this Notice of Sale. The submission of a bid electronically via PARITY shall constitute and be deemed to be the bidders signature on the Proposal for Bonds. The right is reserved to reject all bids, and any bid not complying with the terms of this notice will be rejected. The County reserves the right to (i) reject any or all Proposals for Bonds; (ii) so far as permitted by law, waive any irregularity or informality in any or all Proposals for Bonds, and (iii) generally take such action as it deems will best serve the public interest. Each bidder is required to make a good faith deposit, in the amount of $81,360 (Deposit), in the form of a cash wire, a certified, cashiers or treasurers check or a financial surety bond (Financial Surety Bond) issued by Sure-Bid, a division of Financial Security Assurance Inc., 350 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022, in each case, payable to the order of the County of Morris, New Jersey. If a cash wire is used, the wire must be received by the County prior to 11:00 A.M. (Eastern Time), on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Bidders submitting cash wires must (i) notify the County of their intent to use such cash wire prior to 10:00 A.M. (Eastern Time), on Tuesday, June 11, 2013; (ii) provide proof of electronic transfer of such cash wire prior to 11:00 A.M. (Eastern Time), on Tuesday, June 11, 2013; and (iii) also enclose return wiring instructions for use by the County. Wiring instructions may be obtained by contacting the Countys Financial Advisor, Acacia Financial Group, Inc., Attention: Jennifer G. Edwards, Managing Director, Telephone: (856) 234-2266 or Email: jedwards@acaciafin.com. If a check is used, the check must be a certified or cashiers or treasurers check drawn upon a bank or trust company and must be delivered to the County, c/o Glenn Roe, County Treasurer, County of Morris, Administration and Records Building, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey 07963-0900 by no later than 11:00 A.M. (Eastern Time), on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Bidders submitting good faith checks should also enclose a return envelope for use by the County. Each bidder accepts responsibility for delivering such cash wire or check on time and the County is not responsible for any cash wire or check that is not received on time. If a Financial Surety Bond is used, proof of such Financial Surety Bond must be submitted to the County, c/o the County Treasurer, no later than 11:00 A.M. (Eastern Time), on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at the address referred to above. Bidders submitting a Financial Surety Bond must identify the bidder whose Deposit is guaranteed by such Financial Surety Bond. If the Bonds are awarded to a bidder utilizing a Financial Surety Bond, then that winning bidder shall be required to submit its Deposit to the County by wire transfer as instructed by the County not later than 3:30 P.M. (Eastern Time), on the next business day following the award. If such Deposit is not received by that time, the Financial Surety Bond may be drawn on by the County to satisfy the Deposit requirement. No interest on the Deposit will accrue to the successful bidder. When the successful bidder has been ascertained, all such Deposits shall be returned by the County to the persons making the same within a reasonable period of time, except the cash wire, check or Financial Surety Bond of the successful bidder which shall be applied as partial payment for the Bonds or to secure the County from any loss resulting from the failure of the successful bidder to comply with the terms of its bid. Award of the Bonds to the successful bidder or rejection of all bids is expected to be made promptly after receipt of the bids. The successful bidder may not withdraw its proposal until after 5:30 P.M. (Eastern Time), on the bid date and then only if such award has not been made prior to the withdrawal.

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All Proposals for Bonds, except for those Proposals for Bonds which are submitted electronically via PARITY, together with the Deposit described above, must be enclosed in a sealed envelope marked Proposal for Bonds, and must be directed to the County Treasurer of the County of Morris, New Jersey (the County), in the Office of the Treasurer, Fourth Floor, Administration and Records Building, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey 07963-0900. If mailed, Proposals for Bonds should be addressed to, or in care of, the County Treasurer, at the County of Morris, P.O. Box 900, Administration and Records Building, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey 07963-0900. Procedures Regarding Electronic Bidding. Bids may be submitted electronically via PARITY in accordance with this Notice of Sale, until 11:00 a.m., New Jersey time on the Bid Date, but no bid will be received after the time for receiving bids specified above. To the extent any instructions or directions set forth in PARITY conflict with this Notice of Sale, the terms of this Notice of Sale shall control. For further information about PARITY, potential bidders may contact PARITY at (212) 849-5021. In the event that a bid for the Bonds is submitted via PARITY, the bidder further agrees that: 1. The County may regard the electronic transmission of the bid through PARITY (including information about the purchase price of the Bonds, the interest rate or rates to be borne by the various maturities of the Bonds and any other information included in such transmission) as though the same information were submitted on the Proposal for Bonds provided by the County and executed by a duly authorized signatory of the bidder. If a bid submitted electronically via PARITY is accepted by the County, the terms of the bid for the Bonds and this Notice of Sale, as well as the information that is electronically transmitted through PARITY, shall form a contract, and the Successful Bidder shall be bound by the terms of such contract. 2. PARITY is not an agent of the County, and the County shall have no liability whatsoever based on any bidders use of PARITY, including but not limited to any failure by PARITY to correctly or timely transmit information provided by the County or information provided by the bidder. 3. The County may choose to discontinue use of electronic bidding via PARITY by issuing a notification to such effect via TM3, or any other available means, no later than 3:00 p.m. (New Jersey time) on the last business date prior to the Bid Date. 4. Once the bids are communicated electronically via PARITY to the County, as described above, each bid will constitute a bid for the Bonds and shall be deemed to be an irrevocable offer to purchase the Bonds on the terms provided in this Notice of Sale. For purposes of submitting all bids for the Bonds, whether by hand delivery or electronically via PARITY, the time as maintained on PARITY shall constitute the official time. 5. Each bidder shall be solely responsible to make necessary arrangements to access PARITY for purposes of submitting its bid in a timely manner and in compliance with the requirements of this Notice of Sale. Neither the County nor PARITY shall have any duty or obligation to provide or assure access to any bidder, and neither the County nor PARITY shall be responsible for the proper operation of, or have any liability for any delays or interruptions of, or any damages caused by, PARITY. The County is using PARITY as a communication mechanism, and not as the Countys agent, to conduct the electronic bidding for the Bonds. By using PARITY, each bidder agrees to hold the County harmless for any harm or damages caused to such bidder in connection with its use of PARITY for bidding on the Bonds. Clarification Prior to the Opening of Bids. The County may, in its sole discretion and prior to the opening of bids clarify any term hereof, including, without limitation, its decision to discontinue use of electronic bidding via PARITY, by issuing a notification of the clarification via TM3, or any other available means, no later than 3:00 p.m. on the last business day prior to the Bid Date. The County further reserves the right to postpone, from time to time, the Bid Date. Any such postponement will be announced by TM3, or any other available means, not later than 9:00 a.m., New Jersey time, on the Bid Date. Any such alternative Bid Date and the time at which bids are due will be announced via TM3, or any other available means, at least 48 hours before

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bids are due. On any such alternative Bid Date, bidders shall submit Proposals for Bonds in conformity with all of the requirements hereof, other than the date of submission and sale and any further or contrary provisions set forth in such announcement, which further or contrary provisions must be complied with by all bidders. Adjustment of Bonds After the Opening of Bids. The County may, in its sole discretion, after the receipt and opening of bids, adjust the Revised Principal Amounts (as adjusted, the Final Principal Amounts) provided that any change in the aggregate Final Principal Amount of Bonds shall not exceed 10% of the aggregate Revised Principal Amounts thereof and as adjusted will not exceed the amount duly authorized by resolution dated May 22, 2013 of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County. The Successful Bidder may not withdraw its bid or change the interest rates bid as a result of any changes made to the Revised Principal Amounts within this limit. The dollar amount bid by the Successful Bidder will be adjusted to reflect any adjustments in the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds. Such adjusted bid price will reflect changes in the dollar amount of the underwriters discount and original issue discount/premium, if any, but will not change the selling compensation per $1,000 of par amount of Bonds. The interest rate specified by the Successful Bidder for each maturity will not change. The County shall notify the Successful Bidder of the Final Principal Amounts and the resulting adjusted purchase price no later than 8:00 a.m. New Jersey time on the day following the sale and award of the Bonds. Upon notice to the Successful Bidder, the Successful Bidder will make available to the County, by no later than 1:00 p.m. on the date of award of the Bonds, the public offering prices and re-offered yields for each maturity of Bonds. Basis of Award. Unless all Proposals for Bonds are rejected, the Bonds will be awarded to the bidder (herein referred to as the Successful Bidder) offering such interest rate or rates which will produce the lowest true interest cost to the County over the life of the Bonds. True interest cost for the Bonds (expressed as an annual interest rate) will be that annual interest rate being twice that factor or discount rate, compounded semiannually, which when applied against each semiannual debt service payment (interest, or principal and interest, as due) for the Bonds will equal the sum of such discounted semiannual payments to the bid price (exclusive of accrued interest). The true interest cost shall be calculated from the dated date of the Bonds and shall be based upon the Revised Principal Amounts of each serial maturity and the bid price set forth in each Proposal for Bonds submitted in accordance with this Notice of Sale. In case of a tie, the County may select the Successful Bidder by lot. It is requested that each Proposal for Bonds be accompanied by a computation of such true interest cost to the County under the terms of the Proposal for Bonds, but such computation is not to be considered as part of the Proposal for Bonds. Delivery and Payment. It is expected that delivery of the Bonds in definitive form will take place at the offices of DTC in New York, New York and that payment for the Bonds will take place at the offices of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Bond Counsel to the County (Bond Counsel), in Florham Park, New Jersey on or about June 20, 2013 (the Closing Date). The Successful Bidder must be prepared to take delivery of the Bonds on the Closing Date and simultaneously pay the remainder of the purchase price thereof (including accrued interest) IN IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FEDERAL FUNDS by 9:30 a.m. on the Closing Date. If the Bonds qualify for issuance of any policy of municipal bond insurance or commitment therefor, any purchase of such insurance or commitment therefor shall be at the sole option and expense of the bidder and any increased cost of issuance of the Bonds resulting by reason of such insurance, unless otherwise paid, shall be paid by such bidder. Any failure of the Bonds to be so insured or of any such policy of insurance to be issued shall not in any way relieve the purchaser of its contractual obligations arising from the acceptance of its proposal for the purchase of the Bonds. It is anticipated that CUSIP identification numbers for each series of Bonds will be printed on the Bonds, but neither the failure to print such number on any Bond nor any error with respect thereto shall constitute cause for the failure or refusal of the successful bidder to accept delivery of and pay for the Bonds. The CUSIP Service Bureau charge for the assignment of CUSIP numbers on the Bonds shall be the responsibility of and shall be paid for by the successful bidder.

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THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER SHALL BE OBLIGATED TO FURNISH TO THE COUNTY WITHIN FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF DELIVERY OF THE BONDS, A CERTIFICATE SATISFACTORY TO BOND COUNSEL TO THE COUNTY TO THE EFFECT THAT: (i) EACH MATURITY OF THE BONDS HAS BEEN THE SUBJECT OF A BONA FIDE INITIAL OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC (EXCLUDING BOND HOUSES, BROKERS OR SIMILAR PERSONS OR ORGANIZATIONS ACTING IN THE CAPACITY OF UNDERWRITERS OR WHOLESALERS) AT THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE SET FORTH IN SUCH CERTIFICATE; (ii) AT LEAST TEN PERCENT (10%) OF THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF THE BONDS OF EACH MATURITY WERE SOLD TO THE PUBLIC (EXCLUDING BOND HOUSES BROKERS OR SIMILAR PERSONS OR ORGANIZATIONS ACTING IN THE CAPACITY OF UNDERWRITERS OR WHOLESALERS) AT THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE FOR SUCH MATURITY SET FORTH IN SUCH CERTIFICATE; AND (iii) AT THE TIME THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER SUBMITTED ITS BID FORM TO THE COUNTY, BASED UPON THEN PREVAILING MARKET CONDITIONS, THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER HAD NO REASON TO BELIEVE THAT ANY MATURITY OF THE BONDS WOULD BE SOLD TO THE PUBLIC (EXCLUDING BOND HOUSES, BROKERS OR SIMILAR PERSONS OR ORGANIZATIONS ACTING IN THE CAPACITY OF UNDERWRITERS OR WHOLESALERS) AT A PRICE GREATER THAN THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE FOR THAT MATURITY, OR THAT THE FAIR MARKET VALUE OF ANY MATURITY OF THE BONDS WOULD BE IN EXCESS OF THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE FOR THAT MATURITY. SUCH CERTIFICATE SHALL STATE THAT IT IS MADE TO THE BEST KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION AND BELIEF OF THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER. The obligation hereunder to deliver and to accept the Bonds shall be conditioned on the availability and delivery at the time of delivery of the Bonds of the approving opinion of the law firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Florham Park, New Jersey, which will be furnished without cost to the successful bidder, substantially in the form set forth in the Official Statement distributed in preliminary form in connection with the sale of the Bonds. Such opinion shall state to the effect that the Bonds are valid and legally binding obligations of the County, and that all the taxable property within the County is subject to the levy of ad valorem taxes, without limitation as to rate or amount to pay the Bonds and the interest thereon; and will also state that under existing law interest on the Bonds is excluded from gross income for purposes of Federal income taxation. The obligations hereunder to deliver and accept the Bonds shall be further conditioned on the availability and delivery at the time of delivery of the Bonds of (a) certificates in form satisfactory to Bond Counsel evidencing the proper execution and delivery of the Bonds and receipt of payment therefor and establishing such matters necessary, in the judgment of Bond Counsel, to ensure that the interest on the Bonds is excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes and that the Bonds will not be arbitrage bonds as described in Section 148 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the Code); and (b) a certificate, in form and tenor satisfactory to Bond Counsel and dated as of the date of such delivery, to the effect that there is no litigation pending or (to the knowledge of the signer or signers thereof) threatened affecting the validity of the Bonds. The County has issued an Official Statement with respect to the sale of the Bonds in preliminary form (the Preliminary Official Statement). The County by accepting the Proposal for Bonds submitted by the successful bidder, (a) certifies to the successful bidder as of the date of acceptance of such Proposal for Bonds, that the Preliminary Official Statement furnished prior to the date of such acceptance has been deemed final as of its date by the County within the meaning of Rule 15c2-12 promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Rule 15c2-12), except for certain omissions permitted thereunder and except for changes permitted by other applicable law; (b) agrees to provide the successful bidder, in order to permit the successful bidder to comply with Rule 15c2-12, with up to 150 copies in total of the final Official Statement adopted by the County in relation to the sale by the County of the Bonds within the period of time allowed under Rule 15c2-12, at the sole cost and expense of the County, with any additional copies which the successful bidder shall reasonably request to be provided at the sole cost and expense of the successful bidder and (c) agrees to deliver on the closing date a Continuing Disclosure Certificate to be dated as of the closing date pursuant to which the County shall agree to provide at the times and to the information repositories and other persons described in Rule 15c2-12 the financial or operating data required to be disclosed on a continual basis pursuant to Rule 15c2-12. The successful bidder, by executing such Proposal for Bonds, agrees to provide the final Official Statement (with any required forms) to the Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) System of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (the MSRB) or its designee pursuant to MSRB Rule G-32 no later than seven (7) business days following the date of acceptance of its Proposal for Bonds. The successful bidder shall notify the County of (i) the date which is the end of the underwriting period, within the meaning of Rule 15c2-12 and (ii) the date on which the final Official Statement is filed with EMMA.

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Copies of the Preliminary Official Statement, the Notice of Sale and the Proposal for Bonds may be obtained from the County Treasurer at the Office of the County Treasurer, Administration and Records Building, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey 07963-0900 (telephone: 973-285-6085).

/s/ Diane M. Ketchum Diane M. Ketchum Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders County of Morris, New Jersey Dated: June __, 2013 -EXHIBIT C PROPOSAL FOR BONDS June __, 2013 County Treasurer County of Morris P.O. Box 900 Administration and Records Building Morristown, NJ 07963-0900 Dear County Treasurer: Subject to the provisions and in accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale with respect to the aggregate principal amount of $4,068,000 General Obligation Bonds of 2013, dated June __, 2013 (herein referred to as the Notice of Sale and hereby made a part of this Proposal for Bonds), we offer (i) to accept the Bonds from the County in the aggregate principal amount of $4,068,000 Dollars and (ii) we offer to pay the County $____________ Dollars, plus accrued interest, for the Bonds which shall be not less than $4,068,000 nor more than $4,393,440. Section I The aggregate Revised Principal Amount of the Bonds is $4,068,000.* The Revised Principal Amount of each serial maturity installment of the Bonds as set forth below are in compliance with the requirements of the Notice of Sale. The Revised Principal Amount of each such serial maturity and the annual interest rates at which each such serial maturity shall bear interest from their date of delivery through their respective maturity or redemption dates are set forth in the following table: Year of Maturity* (June 15) Interest Revised Principal Amount Rate Year of Maturity* (June 15) Revised Interest Principal Amount Rate

-Section II Term Bond Option If the Term Bond Option is selected by the bidder, the bidder shall in accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale (i) fill in the interest rates for the serial bond maturities, as appropriate, in the table above, (ii) cross out the serial bond maturities in the table above which are being purchased as term bonds with consecutive sinking fund installments and (iii) fill in the table below. The aggregate Revised Principal Amount of the consecutive sinking fund installments and maturity of such term bond(s) to be filled in below must correspond to the Revised Principal Amounts as announced pursuant to the Notice of Sale. If the Term Bond Option is selected, the Bonds will mature on June 15 in the years selected in the tables above and below, and will bear interest from their date of delivery, payable on June 15, 2014 and thereafter semi-annually on June 15 and December 15, at the respective interest rates selected in the tables above and below.

Subject to adjustment in accordance with the Notice of Sale.

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Year of Maturity of Term Bond Aggregate Revised Principal Amount* Interest Rate

Years of Sinking Fund Redemption _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________

$______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________

________% ________% ________% ________% ________%

The Revised Principal Amounts set forth above are as stated in the Notice of Sale, as updated, if applicable, and are for informational purposes only. We acknowledge that the County may reject any or all Proposals for Bonds without penalty and so far as permitted by law, waive any irregularities or informalities in the Proposals for Bonds. (Please check as applicable:) __________ In accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale, we enclose herewith a check payable to the order of the County of Morris for $81,360, which check is to be applied in accordance with said Notice of Sale. In accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale, you have received a wire transfer in the amount of $81,360, which wire transfer is to be applied in accordance with said Notice of Sale. In accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale, you have received a Financial Surety Bond as permitted in the Notice of Sale.

__________

__________

Receipt is hereby acknowledged of a copy of the Notice of Sale and Preliminary Official Statement. Respectfully Submitted, _______________________ Name of Bidder

_______________________ Authorized Signature COMPUTATION In accordance with the Notice of Sale, the following is our computation of the true interest cost to the County under the terms of our Proposal for Bonds, which is for informational purposes only and is subject to verification prior to award: Percentage True Interest Cost (to 4 decimal places): ________%

RETURN OF CHECK Return to the above-named bidder of the deposit mentioned in the above Proposal for Bonds is hereby acknowledged.

By:____________________________

ACCEPTANCE The above Proposal for Bonds is hereby accepted by the County of Morris, New Jersey, this ____ day of ____, 2013, and receipt of the within mentioned deposit is hereby acknowledged.

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COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY By: _________________________ -(44) RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE INSERTION OF ANY SPECIAL ITEM OF REVENUE IN THE BUDGET OF ANY COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY PURSUANT TO N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 (CHAPTER 159, P.L. 1948) WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 provides that the Director of the Division of Local Government Services may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any county or municipality when such item shall have been made available by law and the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget, and WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of an item of appropriation for equal amount, WHEREAS, the Treasurer certifies that the County of Morris has realized or is in receipt of written notification of the state or federal monies cited in this resolution, which meets all statutory requirements and will be included in the 2013 county budget, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Chosen Freeholders hereby requests the Director of the Division of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue and appropriation in the budget of the year 2013 as referenced below: Revenue Title: New Jersey Department of Human Services Appropriation Title: New Jersey Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Local Match - Source: Amount: Amount: Amount: $38,200.00 $38,200.00 $_________

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that pursuant to N.J.S.A 40A:4-87 this resolution has been duly adopted by the governing body of the County of Morris and that one (1) certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Division of Local Government Services. -(45) RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE INSERTION OF ANY SPECIAL ITEM OF REVENUE IN THE BUDGET OF ANY COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY PURSUANT TO N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 (CHAPTER 159, P.L. 1948) WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 40A:4-87 provides that the Director of the Division of Local Government Services may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any county or municipality when such item shall have been made available by law and the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget, and WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of an item of appropriation for equal amount, WHEREAS, the Treasurer certifies that the County of Morris has realized or is in receipt of written notification of the state or federal monies cited in this resolution, which meets all statutory requirements and will be included in the 2013 county budget, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Chosen Freeholders hereby requests the Director of the Division of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue and appropriation in the budget of the year 2013 as referenced below: Revenue Title: New Jersey Dept. of Law and Public Safety Appropriation Title: County Office of Victim Witness Advocacy DV Advocate Local Match - Source: Amount: Amount: Amount: $19,948.00 $19,948.00 $_________

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that pursuant to N.J.S.A 40A:4-87 this resolution has been duly adopted by the governing body of the County of Morris and that one (1) certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Division of Local Government Services. --(

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(46) WHEREAS, the local capital budget for the year 2013 was adopted on the 27th day of March 2012, and WHEREAS, it is desired to amend said adopted capital budget section. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris that the following amendment(s) to the adopted capital budget section be made: (Body of Capital Budget Amendment is on file in the Treasurers Office. Amendment(s) is for Information Services Various IT Priority Projects, Including but not Limited to the Data Warehouse, Document Management, Virtual Desktop Capabilities, Unified Messaging & Wireless Services throughout the County) BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this complete amendment, in accordance with the provisions of NJAC 5:30-4.4(e) be published in the Daily Record in the issue of May 29, 2013. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that two certified copies of this resolution be filed forthwith in the Office of Director of Local Government Services. -(47) WHEREAS, the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development and the Division of Aging Services have a relationship that allows the sharing of data regarding recipients of the Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD) Program which permits the Division of Family Development to identify PAAD recipients who are not receiving the New Jersey Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) benefits; and, WHEREAS, the Division of Family Development is implementing an initiative to assist local offices with processing these cases, in accordance with a communication from the Division of Family Development dated April 24, 2013; and, WHEREAS, an additional grant of $38,200.00 is being made available to the County to fund this initiative; and, WHEREAS, the Office of Temporary Assistance must designate a PAAD liaison for the purposes of this program; NOW, THERFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey, as follows: 1. The Director of the Department of Finance and County Treasurer is hereby authorized to accept the aforesaid $38,200.00, crediting the appropriate account. The Director of the Office of Temporary Assistance is hereby authorized function as the PAAD Liaison for the purposes of this program. -(48) BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey that Manuela Schuster is hereby appointed as a regular member of the Board of Transportation, without salary, to take the unexpired term of Ray Zabihach, which expires on December 31, 2014, as long as she continues her job responsibilities of managing the Job Access Reverse Commute Program for Morris County. Should she cease to function in that capacity, the position will become vacant. -Freeholder Cabana made a motion to adopt Resolution Nos. 1 through 48. This was seconded by Freeholder Scapicchio. The Clerk called and recorded the following vote: YES: Freeholders Cabana (except to ABSTAIN on No. 15), Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Lyon, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo (7) --

2.

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FREEHOLDER COMMENTS At this time each Freeholder spoke about his/her liaison assignments. -BILL RESOLUTION BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the bills as shown on the Schedule of Warrants all having been approved by the proper committees of officials where legally required, be and the same are hereby authorized to be paid. The Schedule of Warrants designated as Bill Resolution #10-13 totals $5,250,529.05 dated and made a part hereof by reference. Freeholder Cabana moved the adoption of the Bill Resolution. The motion was seconded by Freeholder Lyon, and the following vote was recorded: YES: Freeholders Cabana, Cesaro, Grossi, Krickus, Lyon, Scapicchio and Director Mastrangelo (7) -ADJOURNMENT There was no further business. On motion by Freeholder Cesaro and seconded by Freeholder Scapicchio, the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m. Respectfully submitted,

Diane M. Ketchum Clerk of the Board

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Report Printed 2013-05-17 15:16:27 COUNTY OF MORRIS List of Bills - CENTRALIZED DISBURSEMENT ACCOUNT

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AW DIRECT ABLE SECURITY LOCKSMITHS ACADEMY OR ALLIED HEALTH ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC.

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12867 - ALL COUNTY RENTAL CENTER 1219 - ALL-STAR IDENTIFICATION 12884 - ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO

9707 - ALLMARK DOOR COMPANY, LLC 10844 - ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC 18678 - ALPHA GRAPHICS MORRISTOWN 21030 9820 2374 25382 13009 24011 13079 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CLINICAL AMERICAN TOWER CORPORATION AMERICAN WEAR INC. ANDOVER TOWNSHIP ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

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224.47 409.75 1,344.00

15,408.95 290,072.64 2,153.78 316.00 316.00 166.59 736.93 3,360.00 43.32 16,470.00 74.98 1,645.00

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27,134.74

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70.42 402.43 170.00

5,122.47

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CFCS - HOPE HOUSE CHARLES NADARAJAH CHIEFS OF CTY DETECTIVES CHRISTINE HELLYER CHRISTINE HENTISZ CMI EDUCATION INSTITUTE, INC. CMI EDUCATION INSTITUTE, INC. COFFEE LOVERS COFFEE SERVICE COMMUNITY ACCESS UNLIMITED INC COMPLETE SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. CONTRACT PHARMACY SERVICES INC COPPER SERVICES

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12515 - FASTENAL COMPANY 14668 - FEDEX

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LAZ PARKING FISHER HEALTHCARE FLEET SERVICES FLEMINGTON BUICK CHEVROLET FOWLER EQUIP CO INC. FREEDOM HOUSE INC. GEORGE COPPOLA GEORGINA GRAY-HORSLEY GET WELL HOUSE CALLS P.C. GILL ASSOCIATES IDENTIFICATION GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE TRANING LLC GLOBALSTAR USA GOODALE PHARMACY & SURGICAL SUPPLY GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGIES GRAINGER

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COBRA Benefits - OTA April , 2013 REIMBURSEMENT SANE Supplemental Pay TRUCK PARTS CAF - 14380-393 CAF - 14380-5 MAINTENANCE JANITORIAL SUPPLIES GRNDS MAINT / EQUIP Employee Reimbursement EXPENSE VOUCHER CAF - Election Ballot Design & Prin CAF - Elevator Maintenance and Insp CAF - Elevator Maintenance and Insp Jacket Clothing CAF - PEER Grouping System CAF - Grant in Aid Funding 2013 JANITORIAL SERVICES: APRIL 2013 CAF - Lawn Cutting and Office Clean CAF - Construction Management Sercv Employee Reimbursement 2013 WORK BOOTS CAF - 2878-303 CAF - 2878-639 CAF - 2878-796 CAF - 2878-303 CAF - 2878-605 CAF - 2878-606 CAF - Grant in Aid Funding 2013 GIA CAF - Homeless Contract SH13014 FAM CAF - Grant in Aid Funding 2013 FIR CAF - Chapter 51 Funding CH51 1320 CAF - Chapter 51 Funding CH51 1316 WATER Shipping Express Mail Postage Shipping Express Mail CAF - Juror Parking at Headquarters Morgue Supplies GAS PURCHASES AUTO PARTS WASHER MACHINE PARTS/REPAIR CAF - Grant in Aid Funding 2013 HAL CAF - Chapter 51 Funding HALFWAY HO Reimbursement for Purchase at Stapl Employee Reimbursement COMPETENCY EVALUATION ID Cards / D. Ackerman CAF - 14936-408 CAF - 14936-714 Satellite Phone Service Prescriptions FILE FOLDERS Plant Operation/Machinery Repairs & STORAGE CONTAINERS HVAC MOTORS BLDG MANT TOOLS BLDG SUPPLY / PLUMBING Premium Dry Asphalt Blade

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4,634.00 570.00 4,420.84 1,743.89 336.80 245.00 314.10 1,806.93 1,480.00 80.15 258.00 37.53 1,273.02 3,378.10 33,464.69 604.18 12.96 4,441.72

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MARTHA YAGHI MARY RAYMOND MAYO MEDICAL LABORATORIES MC LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES MC MUA TRANSFER STATION MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO MEGGIT TRAINING SYSTEMS INC.

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16273 - MOORE MEDICAL LLC 19478 - MORRIS COUNTY CHAMBER OF 16288 19483 19483 1800 2738 16298 2039 16321 MORRIS COUNTY FARMS INC M.C. MUA M.C. MUA MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION MORRIS COUNTY VISITORS CENTER MORRIS PLAINS MUNICIPAL ALL. MORRIS PLAINS SHOES & REPAIR MORRISTOWN LUMBER &

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MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. MUNICIPAL CAPITAL CORP N J N E O A N.J. NATURAL GAS COMPANY

21122 - NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. 21122 - NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. 2364 - NATURE'S CHOICE CORPORATION 25438 - NCH SOFTWARE 16533 - NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC.

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20856 - NEW HORIZONS COMPUTER LEARNING 14560 - NEW JERSEY AIDS SERVICES 16552 - NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC

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NEWSBANK INC NICHOLAS MICCHELLI NIELSEN DODGE - C-J-R NJ STATE ASSO. OF CHIEFS POLICE

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25265 - ROUTE 23 TRUCK CENTER 17419 - ROYAL COMMUNICATIONS INC.

24895 - RUTGERS OCPE

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17452 - RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY

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RUTGERS-THE STATE UNIVERSITY S & S WORLDWIDE INC. SAFARI TELECOM INC. SAFE- T SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION SCIENTIFIC WATER CONDITIONING J.A. SEXAUER SHACHIHATA INC. (U.S.A.) SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC.

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1739 - TURTLE & HUGHES, INC 12739 - TURTLE & HUGHES, INC.

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CAF - Subgrant Agreement #STASHUT-1 CAF - Subgrant Agreement #STASHUT-1 CAF - Subgrant Agreement #STASHUT-1 Alternate Route Candidates Drug Tes Mouse Traps - Pest Control Pest supplies CAF - K-9 Supervisory Trainer TIRES Propane Deliveries Propane Delivery Service Call Refreshments Employee Reimbursement PLAQUE AND ENGRAVING Emergency Medical Treatment Supplie SEWER - MORRISTOWN HVAC Temporary staffing Temporary staffing Temporary staffing Temporary staffing Temporary staffing Temporary staffing Temporary staffing County Clerk-legal services Confirm 2013 Open Days Directory Evaluations Evaluation - Howard Ryan Legal services-Morris View collecti Reimbursement of Petty Cash Travel Exp. stone Bituminous Concrete Bituminous Concrete FOOD AND DRINK LICENSE Employee Reimbursement 2012 PASP FUNDS Annual Elevator Safety Inspection Hazardous Waste Compliance Monitori TRUCK PARTS TRUCK PARTS County legal services rendered Sheriff's Office-legal services COLOR COPIES Color copies Color copies color clicks Rental of Ricoh Copier MPC 3002 Color Prints for 1st Qtr 2013 Color Copies cost per copy on agreement for pass Copier maintenance billing from 1/1 Color Copy charges FAX MACHINE SERVICE Office Machine Rental~Copies over A CAF - Chapter 51 Funding Subaccute CAF - Chapter 51 Funding Turning Po CAF - Chapter 51 Funding TURNING PO LIGHT BULBS BULBS BULBS CAF - Electrical Supplies/Equipment CAF - Electrical Supplies/Equipment

3,650.20 3,650.20 3,650.18 405.00 131.76 62.94 585.00 926.51 3,628.88 2,888.10 99.95 372.87 2,800.00 48.80 3,221.00 57,278.26 1,287.86 542.10 534.30 504.00 546.00 471.80 589.75 534.30 264.00 16.95 650.00 1,250.00 1,116.05 114.70 88.30 759.67 2,997.33 2,580.80 50.00 280.00 35,508.20 2,984.00 30.00 1,762.75 74.97 3,707.50 996.00 395.57 534.80 33.88 126.91 230.72 116.20 13.02 302.89 2,619.38 2,542.82 150.00 662.27 4,488.00 4,557.00 294.00 666.00 136.88 1,162.46 1,363.47 857.79

14,600.78 405.00 194.70 585.00 926.51

6,616.93 372.87 2,800.00 48.80 3,221.00 57,278.26 1,287.86

3,722.25 264.00 16.95 1,900.00 1,116.05 114.70 88.30

6,337.80 50.00 280.00 35,508.20 2,984.00 30.00 1,837.72 4,703.50 395.57 534.80 33.88 126.91 230.72 116.20 13.02 302.89 2,619.38 2,542.82 150.00 662.27

9,339.00 666.00

4144 - U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 24658 - U.S. BANK OPERATIONS CENTER 9285 - U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC.

436 - UNA HUTCHIN 18233 - UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 18232 14707 446 18251 20989 10158 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 10502 8233 1348 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITRONIX DATA SYSTEMS INC UNIVERSAL SUPPLY GROUP, INC. USA ARCHITECTS PLANNERS & VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON BUSINESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS

14173 11067 21185 6146

VIRGINIA DAVIS VISITING DENTAL ASSOCIATES PC VIVIAN BLANDURA W.B. MASON COMPANY INC

18388 - WARREN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLL. 24231 24231 13512 5455 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. WELDON ASPHALT WEST PAYMENT CENTER

5455 - WEST PAYMENT CENTER

PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO

77315 76163 76880 77939 75749 75799 76450 76164 77347 77012 77952 78053 77835 76511 77132 77269 76606 75922 76599 77794 72410 76916 76948 76950 77144 77146 77147 77350 77351 77453 77461 77473 77474 77487 77602 78054 78099 76949 76142 76165 76166 78095 78095 78095 77560 78055 78195 76513 77004 76927 77299 77597 77646 77565 77566 77798 77799 76589 76516 76517 76527 76529 76530

BULBS PLEASE ORDER- SUPPLIES FOR CIS Stev BLDG SUPPLY Administrative Expenses CAF - Unarmed Security Guardsf for CAF - Unarmed Security Guardsf for Security Officer CAF - Unarmed Security Guardsf for Security Officer CAF - Unarmed Security Guardsf for Security Officer CAF - Unarmed Security Guardsf for Medicare B Reimbursement July, 2012 Confirm Postage for ILL Returns Confirm Postage for ILL returns UPS shipping fees Machinery Repairs & Parts~Dietary CAF - Maintenance of Proprietary Co Maintenance Supplies CAF - Layout Design & Final Documen Warrant Building - New Telephone Li MORRIS CO SHERIFF OFCS & INST Prosecutor PBX - Voice Service Monthly Data Services (TLS, JDC ISD Telephone pobox4833 Telephone pobox 4833 (III) RTL telephone - T1's Phone bill for 973-889-2917 Phone bill for 973-889-3370 MORRIS CO SHERIFFI'S OFCS & INST MORRIS CO SHERIFF'S OFCS & INST P-burg phone bill for April 2013 Phone service for April 2013 April bill phone bill. Land LIne CAF - Telephone Services CAF - Telephone Services Morris County Internet Service Prov Cell Phones Acct#482559481-00001 Acct#442002049 VERIZON MOBILE PHONE SERVICE - APRI VERIZON MOBILE PHONE SERVICE - APRI VERIZON MOBILE PHONE SERVICE - APRI Monthly MIS Meeting on 4/24/13 Replacement of Resident Dentures Employee Reimbursement Confirm Supplies & Toner Cartridges Copy Paper / Sheriff's Office LOG BOOKS mis office supplies Paper Paper Order CAF - 18388-200 CAF - 18388-202 Sussex Turnpike Improvement Project Sussex Tpk. Improvement Project,Ran Bituminous Concrete On-Line Service Billing Period Marc Confirm On-Line Svc for Dec 01 - De Confirm Monthly Billing Aug 05, 201 Confirm Monthly Billing Sept 05, 20 Confirm Monthly Billing Oct 05, 201

492.28 527.62 380.13 87.50 2,375.85 2,382.80 262.80 2,382.80 554.80 1,906.24 2,686.40 27,902.33 599.40 28.08 16.15 27.87 508.27 5,154.31 33.00 10,510.00 6,850.00 30.01 4,517.95 10,493.26 325.80 411.09 10,305.75 1,674.69 1,814.53 43.16 76.19 210.85 29.50 86.86 244.66 27.23 34,914.15 5,857.22 882.62 1,320.41 1,217.91 340.61 284.31 5,419.87 22.40 997.50 560.00 1,561.49 337.10 1,674.20 319.93 1,738.40 269.68 3,200.00 3,200.00 312.00 7,152.00 4,637.25 682.35 95.64 829.00 690.25 275.20

4,012.88 907.75 87.50

40,454.02 599.40 44.23 27.87 508.27 5,154.31 33.00 10,510.00 6,850.00 30.01 4,517.95 10,493.26 325.80 411.09 10,305.75 1,674.69 1,814.53 43.16 76.19 210.85 29.50 86.86 244.66 27.23 34,914.15 5,857.22 882.62

8,583.11 22.40 997.50 560.00

5,900.80 6,400.00 312.00 7,152.00 4,637.25

2,297.24

5455 - WEST PAYMENT CENTER 10812 10812 10812 18452 10826 WEST PAYMENT CENTER WEST PAYMENT CENTER WEST PAYMENT CENTER WHARTON BORO MUNICIPAL WHITES HEALTHCARE

13246 - WILLIAM F. BARNISH 13247 - WILLIAM J. BARON, DMD. 8335 - WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY

17868 18506 3793 18538 18564 20820 20132

WILLIAM STITT WINFIELD UPHOLSTERING CO WOODRUFF ENERGY WORK N WEAR STORE XEROX CORP Y-PERS INC ZEE MEDICAL INC.

PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO

76531 76533 76534 76686 76759 77051 77046 75814 76912 77928 77795 77608 77610 77616 77663 77977 77296 78196 76482 77301 77297 76762

Confirm Monthly Billing Nov 05, 201 Confirm Monthly Billing Dec 05/Jan Confirm Monthly Billing Feb 05, 201 Information charges-March 2013 Online Charges Discount plan charges 3/5 - 4/4 CAF - 2013 Municipal Alliance Funds Resident Medications March 2013 Resident Medical Supplie CAF - Use of Property located at 91 MC DENTAL PROGRAM CAF - 8335-571 CAF - 8335-540 CAF - 8335-494 CAF - 8335-546 Reimbursement - Fort Dix/W. Stitt TRUCK PARTS CAF - HGP1144/Gas Please Order - Jackets/E. Crooker ( meter usage on xerox 7335in Admin. SHOP SUPPLIES First Aid supplies

58.80 835.80 835.20 513.40 2,583.00 144.50 262.50 1,085.15 483.25 7,087.72 90.00 959.40 1,653.85 959.40 1,900.00 328.62 179.00 22,382.20 1,015.00 33.18 203.28 162.20

334.00 1,671.00 513.40 2,583.00 144.50 262.50 1,568.40 7,087.72 90.00

TOTAL

5,472.65 328.62 179.00 22,382.20 1,015.00 33.18 203.28 162.20 -------------5,102,587.77

Total Total Total Total

to to to to

be be be be

paid paid paid paid

from from from from

Fund Fund Fund Fund

01 02 04 13

Current Fund Grant Fund County Capital Dedicated Trust

3,868,955.00 925,324.31 104,520.37 203,788.09 ------------5,102,587.77

Report Printed 2013-05-17 15:16:39 COUNTY OF MORRIS List of Bills (Department/Account Detail) - CENTRALIZED DISBURSEMENT ACCOUNT

Account

P0 #

Vendor

Description Current Fund

Payment

Account Total

County Administrator 01-201-20-100100-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77647 LONGFELLOWS SANDWICH DELI SPECIAL PROJECTS 76975 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Department Director's Meeting 5/1/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Color copies 01/01/13 - 03/31/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 24.30 24.30 70.00 70.00 534.80 534.80 ============ 629.10

01-201-20-100100-079

01-201-20-100100-164

TOTAL for County Administrator

Personnel 77661 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77661 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77661 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77660 DEER PARK 77660 DEER PARK 01-201-20-105100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 3/23/13 31995700598NYC 1054187 3/8/13 3195855860NYC 41054187 4/11/13 3197261467NYC 1054187 0436628846 2-15-13-3-14-13 0436628846 3-15-13-4-14-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 159.90 275.30 31.34 10.45 4.18 481.17 33.09 33.09 ============ 514.26

01-201-20-105100-068

TOTAL for Personnel

Board of Chosen Freeholders 77394 RECORDER COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS 01-201-20-110100-028 BOOKS & PERIODICALS 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 01-201-20-110100-068 POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77391 MORRIS COUNTY CHAMBER OF 77801 MORRIS COUNTY VISITORS CENTER 01-201-20-110100-079 SPECIAL PROJECTS

Renewal Subscription of The Citizen Acct TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Reservation for Freeholder Ann Grossi to MC TOURISM BUREAU/VISITOR'S CTR., 1ST QT TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

33.00 33.00 42.19 101.61 143.80 38.00 54,000.00 54,038.00 ============ 54,214.80

TOTAL for Board of Chosen Freeholders

County Clerk 77298 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 77298 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 77301 XEROX CORP 01-201-20-120100-044 EQUIPMENT SERVICE AGREEMENTS 77299 W.B. MASON COMPANY INC OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY cost per copy on savin mpc3002 in passpo cost per copy on savin model 9130c in r meter usage on WC7335p ser.#FKA-937519 2 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT mis office supplies for office TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 133.07 169.82 33.18 336.07 319.93 319.93

01-201-20-120100-058

01-201-20-120100-068

78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77302 POLAND SPRING OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES

1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 0429033129 3/15/13-4/14/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

1,595.01 1,595.01 27.17 27.17 ============ 2,278.18

01-201-20-120100-095

TOTAL for County Clerk

County Board of Elections 01-201-20-121100-044 76753 MUNICIPAL CAPITAL CORP EQUIPMENT SERVICE AGREEMENTS 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL Ricoh MPC 3002 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Election Election Election Election Work Work 4/16/13 Work Work TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 856.19 856.19 986.08 986.08 65.00 65.00 65.00 445.00 640.00 ============ 2,482.27

01-201-20-121100-068

76892 BARBARASUE PRATT SCHMIDT 76890 HELEN PENNELLA 76889 PHYLIS BREDBENNER 76891 ROBERTA HERSH 01-201-20-121100-096 ELECTION OFFICER

TOTAL for County Board of Elections

Superintendent of Elections 01-201-20-121105-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Annual School Board Election - April 16, Annual School Board Election - April 16, TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Staples Purchase of Color Code 1/4 Assor 9756 B&D Heat Gun-Customer #1955 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1,258.15 1,258.15 4,017.18 803.44 4,820.62 12.98 34.99 47.97 ============ 6,126.74

76920 REDMONDBCMS, INC. 76913 REDMONDBCMS, INC. 01-201-20-121105-076 SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS 77434 GEORGE COPPOLA 77433 MORRISTOWN LUMBER & 01-201-20-121105-104 ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE

TOTAL for Superintendent of Elections

County Elections (Cty Clerk) 01-201-20-121110-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT printing of the ballots for the special printing of the ballots for the special TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 382.75 382.75 8,094.60 6,534.25 14,628.85 ============ 15,011.60

76645 ELECTION GRAPHICS, INC. 76645 ELECTION GRAPHICS, INC. 01-201-20-121110-076 SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS

TOTAL for County Elections (Cty Clerk)

County Treasurer 01-201-20-130100-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77939 U.S. BANK OPERATIONS CENTER OTHER OUTSIDE SERVICES 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Administrative Expenses TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 185.71 185.71 87.50 87.50

01-201-20-130100-084

TOTAL for County Treasurer

============ 273.21

Purchasing Division 01-201-20-130105-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 119.96 119.96 ============ 119.96

TOTAL for Purchasing Division

Information Technology Div 76514 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76514 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76514 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76514 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76514 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-20-140100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 75850 DELL MARKETING L.P. SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE Office Office Office Office credit Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies memo TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 124.98 13.34 24.99 130.07 -99.99 193.39 1.84 1.84 5,801.89 5,801.89 381.75 305.70 27.87 198.52 913.84 701.10 701.10 ============ 7,612.06

01-201-20-140100-068

1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Dell Server Warranty Extensions TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT HP LJ Pro 400 HP LJ Pro P1102W USB Cable HP LJ Pro P1606dn TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Account 157313 RICOH/MP4000 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

01-201-20-140100-078

76478 HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 76478 HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 76478 HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 76478 HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 01-201-20-140100-098 OTHER OPERATING&REPAIR SUPPLY 76966 RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL

01-201-20-140100-164

TOTAL for Information Technology Div

County Board of Taxation 01-201-20-150100-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77235 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 186 color copies @ 0.07 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 385.08 385.08 13.02 13.02 ============ 398.10

01-201-20-150100-164

TOTAL for County Board of Taxation

County Counsel 76686 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 77051 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 01-201-20-155100-050 LAW BOOKS 78165 78107 78107 78107 78107 78107 78107 77772 THE BELL LAW GROUP, PC TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, THE LAW OFFICE OF Information charges: March 2013 Discount plan charges: 3/5/13 - 4/4/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT I/M/O Robert Viola ACLU meeting Michelle Wich Disc Wm.Williams James Still Disc CO John Baena Disc PBA151-2012 contract McIves-Hand 513.40 144.50 657.90 264.00 60.00 48.00 24.00 24.00 312.00 528.00 311.00

LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC

77772 THE LAW OFFICE OF 77772 THE LAW OFFICE OF 77772 THE LAW OFFICE OF 77638 TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, 77638 TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, 77638 TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, 77638 TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, 77638 TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, 77638 TRIMBOLI & PRUSINOWSKI, 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77671 BARBARULA LAW OFFICES 77774 LAW OFFICE OF ROBERT J. 78125 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78125 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78125 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78125 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 77653 O'MULLAN & BRADY P.C. 01-201-20-155100-051 LEGAL

LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC

GREENBAUM

Nitti,Frank Snedeker McKenna,Mary Pengel Appeal Robert Gordon Ubertaccio Grievance DelVecchio,Bryan Jonite, Monica General Misc.personnel Nemeth (3) disc. Thomson v. County Megna Disc. Ahern Disc. Diaz Disc. Norman Disc. Quinn (5) Disc. Torkos v. MCSD Lippman v. MCSD St. v. E. Legiec Construction Bd.of App JG Drywall Special Counsel Pigeon Hill Wetlands April, 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Toner for Ricoh copier TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Reimbursement for postage paid - overnig 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Reimbursement for expenses: Jan/Feb/Mar TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Color copies TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

165.78 315.50 323.77 924.00 1,488.00 168.00 193.00 862.50 72.00 36.00 48.00 660.00 120.00 204.00 1,224.00 48.00 492.00 156.00 120.00 252.00 1,310.93 753.08 203.88 145.71 19,240.00 31,097.15 64.59 64.59 30.15 25.94 56.09 210.70 210.70 33.88 33.88 ============ 32,120.31

01-201-20-155100-058

77050 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY

77593 RANDALL W. BUSH 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 01-201-20-155100-068 POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77594 RANDALL W. BUSH TRAVEL EXPENSE 77049 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL

01-201-20-155100-082

01-201-20-155100-164

TOTAL for County Counsel

County Surrogate 01-201-20-160100-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT COMPUTER SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE ON SURROGA HOSTING MORRIS COUNTY SURROGATE:APRIL,MA TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT TO GIVE TALK TO CEDAR CREST SENIORS 36 M TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT PETTY CASH FAX MACHINE SERVICE 4/12/2013 1/31/2013 2/28/2013 043455170,2/15-3/14/13 SPECIAL FILE FOLDERS SPECIAL FILE FOLDERS TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 254.95 254.95 2,250.00 450.00 2,700.00 12.60 12.60 59.43 150.00 83.00 83.00 23.90 864.00 864.00 2,127.33

75123 E-PROBATE LLC 75123 E-PROBATE LLC 01-201-20-160100-078 SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE 77717 JOHN PECORARO TRAVEL EXPENSE

01-201-20-160100-082

77714 JOHN PECORARO 77768 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 74876 LEXIS NEXIS/MATTHEW BENDER 74876 LEXIS NEXIS/MATTHEW BENDER 75308 DEER PARK 75121 GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGIES 75121 GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGIES 01-201-20-160100-095 OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES

01-203-20-160100-095

74876 LEXIS NEXIS/MATTHEW BENDER (2012) OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES

12/1-1/1/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

83.00 83.00 ============ 5,177.88

TOTAL for County Surrogate

Engineering 77080 DEER PARK 76877 PAPER MART INC 76877 PAPER MART INC 01-201-20-165100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 01-201-20-165100-068 POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77079 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL HARDWARE HARDWARE HARDWARE HARDWARE & SPRAYS LAWN LAWN LAWN LAWN & & & & 0434495495 3/15/13-4/14/13 8 1/2 x 11 copier paper 11 x 17 copier paper TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Ricoh Color Copier rental for the period TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Mouse Traps Sonic Pestchaser Live Mouse Trap 3.00 Card TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Acct# 287235988683 Sim Card for Surveyin TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT For the period of: 9/04/2012 to 12/30/12 For the period of 9/4/2012 to 12/03/2012 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 88.12 264.80 57.78 410.70 1.38 46.42 47.80 230.72 230.72 131.76 21.99 25.98 14.97 194.70 36.44 36.44 782.94 732.39 1,515.33 ============ 2,435.69

01-201-20-165100-164

76546 STATION 76548 STATION 76548 STATION 76548 STATION 01-201-20-165100-225 CHEMICALS

01-201-20-165100-258

76547 AT&T MOBILITY EQUIPMENT

77083 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. 77083 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. 01-203-20-165100-164 (2012) OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL

TOTAL for Engineering

Heritage Commission 01-201-20-175100-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77545 RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 157313 4-1-13-4-30-13 COLOR COPIER TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 0.46 0.46 550.69 550.69 ============ 551.15

01-201-20-175100-164

TOTAL for Heritage Commission

Planning Board 01-201-20-180100-023 75899 NORTH JERSEY RESOURCE ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS 77356 PLAN SMART NJ EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 77361 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 2012-2013 North Jersey Resource Conserva TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Registration for Christine Marion, Plann TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Office Supplies & Black Toner CartridgeTOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 450.00 450.00 85.00 85.00 111.76 111.76 ============ 646.76

01-201-20-180100-039

01-201-20-180100-058

TOTAL for Planning Board

Transportation Management 77426 JOHN J HAYES 77427 JOSEPH RUSSO 01-201-20-180105-082 TRAVEL EXPENSE RTAC Meeting & Workshop Parking 4/8/2013 TransAction Conference Expenses 4-16-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 324.37 309.37 633.74 ============ 633.74

TOTAL for Transportation Management

PDT - General Admin 77360 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77360 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77360 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-20-180115-036 CONTRACTED SERVICES 77393 MORRIS COUNTY CHAMBER OF 76904 MC LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 01-201-20-180115-039 EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 77360 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 77359 LONGFELLOWS SANDWICH DELI OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77418 DEENA LEARY TRAVEL EXPENSE 77646 W.B. MASON COMPANY INC OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES Plotter Printhead Cartridges - Gray/Blac Plotter Printhead Cartridges Magenta/Cya Plotter Printhead Cartridges Black/Yello TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Registration for Deena Leary, Director M Registration for Deena Leary, Director t TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Office Supplies TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Dinner sandwiches and refreshments for t TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Travel Expenses for Deena Leary, Directo TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Paper Order - 8 1/2 x 11 Order Date 4/22 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 137.38 143.58 143.58 424.54 35.00 35.00 70.00 18.32 18.32 84.00 84.00 122.66 122.66 178.20 178.20 269.68 269.68 ============ 1,167.40

01-201-20-180115-058

01-201-20-180115-059

01-201-20-180115-068

01-201-20-180115-082

01-201-20-180115-095

TOTAL for PDT - General Admin

County Weights & Measures 77990 RIOS' ENGRAVING 77990 RIOS' ENGRAVING 77990 RIOS' ENGRAVING 77019 LOMBARDO LETTERING INC. 01-201-22-201100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL STEVEN DONNELLY NAME PLATE TED TAUKUS NAME PLATE 1 SLIDE IN HOLDER Law & Public Safety vehicle door seals TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WATER GUARD SERVICE APRIL 2013 CUSTOMER # WEIGHTSM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 10 00 07 0512 7 7/ WEIGHTS & MEASURES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FUEL CHARGES 4/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WEIGHTS & MEASURES (62830/612936) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT COUNTY WEIGHTS & MEASURES 10.00 10.00 12.00 500.00 532.00 19.52 19.52 175.00 842.00 350.00 1,367.00 755.75 755.75 1,047.65 1,047.65 349.74 349.74 6.20

01-201-22-201100-068

76924 SCIENTIFIC WATER CONDITIONING 77843 EMPLOYMENT HORIZONS, INC. 77844 M.C. MUA 01-201-22-201100-084 OTHER OUTSIDE SERVICES 77934 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER & LIGHT ELECTRICITY 78208 NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. GAS PURCHASES 78027 HESS CORPORATION NATURAL GAS 78097 AT&T

01-201-22-201100-137

01-201-22-201100-140

01-201-22-201100-141

01-201-22-201100-146

78099 VERIZON TELEPHONE

COUNTY WEIGHTS & MEASURES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT STYLE 5411 8.5WW - E. BLAFER STYLE 5553 10 WW - S. DONNELLY TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WEIGHTS & MESURES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

290.81 297.01 99.95 109.00 208.95 28,450.83 28,450.83 ============ 33,028.45

77846 MORRIS PLAINS SHOES & REPAIR 77846 MORRIS PLAINS SHOES & REPAIR 01-201-22-201100-258 EQUIPMENT 77520 COUNTY OF MORRIS HOSPITAL INSURANCE PREMIUMS

01-201-22-201100-329

TOTAL for County Weights & Measures

Employee Group Insurance 77834 SODEXO, INC & AFFILIATES 77491 DISCOVERY BENEFITS INC. 77490 DISCOVERY BENEFITS INC. 77492 HORIZON BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 01-201-23-220100-090 EMPLOYEE GROUP INSURANCE EXPENDITURES Refreshments for Wellness FairApril 19, COBRA 4/2013 OTA COBRA 4/2013 Main County and Morris View HMO 5/2013 Main Cty. @ Morris View TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1,236.38 71.50 867.60 1,314,072.49 1,316,247.97 599.40 599.40 ============ 1,316,847.37

01-203-23-220100-090

77835 UNA HUTCHIN Medicare B July,2012 to December,2012 (2012) EMPLOYEE GROUP INSURANCE EXPENDIT TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

TOTAL for Employee Group Insurance

Office of Emergency Management 78095 VERIZON WIRELESS 77974 GLOBALSTAR USA 77237 AT&T MOBILITY 01-201-25-252100-031 CELLULAR PHONES/PAGERS 77505 ATLANTIC TOMORROWS OFFICE OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY

L&PS/ADMIN Morris County OEM Satellite Phone INV #4 AC#996867302 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Color Impression Fee 12/30/12 - 3/29/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Inv Inv Inv Inv Date Date Date Date 1/31/13 2/28/13 3/31/13 4/30/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

114.03 127.47 46.98 288.48 402.43 402.43 1.38 2.04 3.42 7.20 7.12 93.68 0.33 108.33 56.00 70.00 126.00 ============ 928.66

01-201-25-252100-058

78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 01-201-25-252100-068 POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 78121 COPPER SERVICES 78121 COPPER SERVICES 78168 COPPER SERVICES 78168 COPPER SERVICES 01-201-25-252100-146 TELEPHONE 77064 EMBROIDME 77064 EMBROIDME 01-201-25-252100-258 EQUIPMENT

Tactical Polo 4/19/13 Tactical Polo Long Sleeve 4/19/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

TOTAL for Office of Emergency Management

Communications Center 78080 FEDEX 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 01-201-25-252105-068 POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 76053 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 76053 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 76109 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC per invoice, 4/29/13, Fedex ground deliv 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Per invoice, 3/22/13, radio repairs, Par Per invoice, 3/22/13, radio repairs, She 4/5/13, Per invoice, radio repair 8.89 5.98 14.87 465.00 393.00 393.00

76109 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 76109 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 01-201-25-252105-072 RADIO REPAIRS 77558 AMERICAN TOWER CORPORATION 75316 DELL MARKETING L.P. 75208 MOTOROLA 01-201-25-252105-131 COUNTY WIDE RADIO SYSTEM 69143 THE INSTITUTE FOR FORENSIC MEDICAL

4/5/13, Per invoice radio repair 4/5/13,Per invoice radio repair TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Tower rent for Green Pond for May, 2013 Per quote dtd 3/8/2013, Main computer fo April 1-June 30, 2013; 2nd Quarterly pay TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Psychological Examinations and Reports f TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

393.00 393.00 2,037.00 1,800.00 1,821.53 25,392.90 29,014.43 650.00 650.00 ============ 31,716.30

01-201-25-252105-189

TOTAL for Communications Center

County Medical Examiner Office 77052 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CLINICAL 01-201-25-254100-028 BOOKS & PERIODICALS 78163 MICHALSKI FUNERAL HOME CARTAGE 77506 MAYO MEDICAL LABORATORIES CONSULTATION FEE

#04192310 2013 Renewal R.Suarea TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Case 14-13-0232 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT ac#7024512, 4/30/13 Case 14-12-0276 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT AC#0434597878 3/16/13 AC#0434597878 4/17/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 5/6/13 AC#1642-1593-8, Case 14-13-0276 AC#164215938 Case 14130276, 4/15/13 AC#164215938 Case 14120558 4/15/13 AC#164215938 Case 19120248 4/15/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Toxicology 4/13 Morris Toxicology 4/13 Sussex Toxicology 4/13 Warren TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT N-95 Respirator AC#557815-001 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Order#D30

299.00 299.00 1,150.00 1,150.00 57.90 57.90 2.84 11.20 14.04 42.36 34.97 28.42 21.78 127.53 19.90 19.90 3,066.00 950.00 260.00 4,276.00 133.44 133.44 ============ 6,077.81

01-201-25-254100-030

01-201-25-254100-035

77011 DEER PARK 77011 DEER PARK 01-201-25-254100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78101 FEDEX 77048 FEDEX 77048 FEDEX 77048 FEDEX 01-201-25-254100-059 OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL LABS LABS LABS OUTSIDE SERVICES

01-201-25-254100-068

78142 NMS 78142 NMS 78142 NMS 01-201-25-254100-084 OTHER

01-201-25-254100-203

77972 FISHER HEALTHCARE X-RAY & MEDICAL SUPPLIES

TOTAL for County Medical Examiner Office

County Sheriff's Department 01-201-25-270100-039 76697 PASSAIC COUNTY POLICE ACADEMY EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 76146 76146 76146 76146 76146 76146 76146 76146 SIRCHIE SIRCHIE SIRCHIE SIRCHIE SIRCHIE SIRCHIE SIRCHIE SIRCHIE FINGER FINGER FINGER FINGER FINGER FINGER FINGER FINGER PRINT PRINT PRINT PRINT PRINT PRINT PRINT PRINT LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. Course - "Laws of Police-Citizen Encount TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Bio Hazard Sticker per 100 (Item#Bio400) Black Powder Silk Black (Item#BPP0916) Dusting Brush (Item#122L) Comparison Pointer (Item#GL004) Scribes, (Item#GL000) Photo Scale (Item#PPS400) per 10 Photo Scale (Item#PPS403) per 10 Reversible "L" Scale (Item#PPS6000) 75.00 75.00 12.95 63.90 71.60 82.50 26.50 9.95 9.95 59.70

76146 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB INC. 76146 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB INC. 76146 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB INC. 76147 LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY 76147 LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY 76147 LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY 76147 LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY 76147 LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 76163 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 75954 CRIMINALISTICS INC 76150 MOORE MEDICAL LLC 76150 MOORE MEDICAL LLC 76150 MOORE MEDICAL LLC 76150 MOORE MEDICAL LLC 76150 MOORE MEDICAL LLC 76150 MOORE MEDICAL LLC 01-201-25-270100-047 IDENTIFICATION EQUIP&SUPPLIES 76692 BRITTANY TRANSCRIPTION LEGAL

Fingerprint Magnifier & Spoon (Item#PMNS Fingerprint Ink Pad (Item#PM283) shipping Feather Duster 7" (Item#05537) Feather Duster Jumbo (Item#55370) Ninhydrin Spray 8 oz (Item#05060) Evidence Tape 3" (Item#05010) Zipr-Seal Tape (Item#05389) 3/4X20YDS BLACK ELECTRICAL TAPE CUSTOME 2"X60 YD HEAVY DUTY STRAP TAPE 24 CUSTOM 1X60 HEAVY DUTY STRAP TAPE 36/C CUSTOMER 24" STRAIGHT FLOOR SQUEEGEE CUSTOMER#103 36" CURVED FLOOR SQUEEGE CUSTOMER#103357 61" ALUMINUM THREADED HANDLE CUSTOMER# 1 10" STRANDARD DECK SCRUB BRUSH CUSTOMER# CORN BROOM CUSTOMER#1033573 ITEM#H-1622 SHIPPING Chemical Print (8oz) Moore Gauze 2x2 per 100 (08250) Moore Gauze 4x4 per 100 (Item#08252) Q-tips Cotton Applicators per 2000 (Item Environcide 8 oz (Item#69061) Moore Hand Sanitizer 4 oz (Item#83582) FUEL SURCHARGE TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Wilman Diaz - Case#2013-000394, Inv dtd TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT INV. DTD 4/30/13 LARGE - BLACK Commando 1X - BLACK Commando Style Forcestyle Jac 2X - BLACK Commando Style Forcestyle Jac 3X - BLACK Commando Style Forcestyle Jac 4X - BLACK Commando Style Forcestyle Jac 0434561387 Monthly water cooler bill 03/ (200) ISO PROX Cards - Part#1386LGGMN (2 Freight TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT "Police Rifle Instructor Course", Lodgin TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Dog Training dates - (4/1-5/13), Inv dtd 573-1067-000 GUARDS 3/22/13-3/28/13 573-1067-000 GUARDS 3/15/13-3/21/13 DTD 573-1067-000 GUARDS - 3/8/13 - 3/14/13, GUARDS - 3/29/13 - 4/4/13, Inv dtd 4/4/1 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Supplies for CIS,Photo lab, K-9 ordered Supplies for photo lab ordered by K.Shiv Supplies ordered by D.Blank Supplies ordered by A.Noboa Inv#31980985 Paper, Xero/Dup, WE, LTR, 20#, Inv dtd 4 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 482559481-00001 Monthley Statement 3/2/1 442002049-00001 Monthly Statement 2/24/1 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

57.00 75.80 23.71 39.80 47.80 27.50 51.80 30.00 29.70 175.20 68.40 60.00 42.00 63.00 26.00 15.00 48.32 82.50 5.70 26.00 46.49 127.80 37.60 1.50 1,545.67 210.00 210.00 375.00 75.00 225.00 255.00 85.00 118.27 950.00 21.25 2,104.52 453.74 453.74 328.62 328.62 585.00 2,382.80 2,382.80 2,375.85 1,906.24 9,632.69 442.12 54.97 40.45 125.87 337.10 1,000.51 1,320.41 1,217.91 2,538.32

01-201-25-270100-051

76482 WORK N WEAR STORE 76482 WORK N WEAR STORE 76482 WORK N WEAR STORE 76482 WORK N WEAR STORE 76482 WORK N WEAR STORE 77013 DEER PARK 76684 GILL ASSOCIATES IDENTIFICATION 76684 GILL ASSOCIATES IDENTIFICATION 01-201-25-270100-059 OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77977 WILLIAM STITT TRAVEL EXPENSE

01-201-25-270100-068

01-201-25-270100-082

76640 STEVE SEIDLER 76164 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 75799 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 75749 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 77012 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 01-201-25-270100-084 OTHER OUTSIDE SERVICES

INC. INC. INC. INC.

77300 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77300 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77367 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77504 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77004 W.B. MASON COMPANY INC 01-201-25-270100-095 OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES 76165 VERIZON WIRELESS 76166 VERIZON WIRELESS 01-201-25-270100-161 COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT

01-201-25-270100-198

76638 THE INSTITUTE FOR FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES 76155 MIRION TECHNOLOGIES (GDS) INC X-RAY & MEDICAL SUPPLIES

New Hire Evaluation on 4/1/13, Inv dtd 4 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FILM - Acct#11512S, Inv dtd 3/31/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT (2) Siren Soeaker w/MIC & PA Item#WSSPA3 Chevy Tahoe #13-6, LP#N653-CG, (3) Circu Chevy Tahoe #13-5, LP#N654-CG, (3) Circ Mini ATM Pigtail Fuse 10 AMP for #8-38, TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Window Film 5% tint on rear windows TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Blauer - ANSI 207-2006 = #343S - Breadka TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 05 Dash to 05 Remote (Item# H1853) 5 Meter Remote Cable (Item# HKN6169) Coversion (Labor) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

1,250.00 1,250.00 424.41 424.41 1,440.90 87.50 157.50 7.50 1,693.40 165.00 165.00 3,039.20 3,039.20 260.00 46.40 125.00 431.40 ============ 24,892.48

01-201-25-270100-203

77022 MAJOR POLICE SUPPLY 76495 ROYAL COMMUNICATIONS INC. 76495 ROYAL COMMUNICATIONS INC. 76161 ROYAL COMMUNICATIONS INC. 01-201-25-270100-258 EQUIPMENT 76288 DENVILLE DETAIL VEHICLE REPAIRS POLISHING LLC

01-201-25-270100-291

01-203-25-270100-059

69349 ATLANTIC TACTICAL OF NJ, INC. (2012) OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES

69000 MOTOROLA 69000 MOTOROLA 69000 MOTOROLA 01-203-25-270100-258 (2012) EQUIPMENT

TOTAL for County Sheriff's Department

County Prosecutor's Office 77895 DOROTHY DIFABIO 77895 DOROTHY DIFABIO 78106 DIANE DINUNZIO 78106 DIANE DINUNZIO 77896 JANET B. NOVELLO 77896 JANET B. NOVELLO 77896 JANET B. NOVELLO 01-201-25-275100-016 OUTSIDE SALARIES & WAGES 76755 CHIEFS OF CTY DETECTIVES 76135 N J N E O A 76747 NJ STATE ASSO. OF CHIEFS POLICE 01-201-25-275100-023 ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS 77185 SPRINT NEXTEL 76142 VERIZON WIRELESS 01-201-25-275100-031 CELLULAR PHONES/PAGERS 77183 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76819 SAFARI TELECOM INC. 77601 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 77601 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 77601 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 77601 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 77601 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 74354 NCH SOFTWARE 01-201-25-275100-037 DATA PROCESSING SUPPLIES 76782 CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE 76773 M.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 76125 MID-ATLANTIC LEEDS 01-201-25-275100-039 EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 78119 BARNES & NOBLES 76759 WEST PAYMENT CENTER Reg.On Call Supplement for March 2013 Reg.On Call Supplemental Pay-April 2013 Reg.On Call Supplemental Pay- April 2013 Supplememtal Case Pay-April 2013 Reg.On Call Supplemental Pay- March 2013 Reg.On Call Supplemental Pay-April 2013 Supplemental Case Pay-April 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Chief John Speirs-2013 Dues Det.Joseph Costello- 2013 Dues Chief John R.Speirs-2013 Dues & Initiati TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Accouint #475540495 (1/27-2/26/13) Acccount #982471570-00001 Cell phones (2 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Customer: NYC 1054187- Ink and toner Safari was used to wire the 2 new office Color Copy Charge (01/01-03/31/13) Color Copy Charge (01/01-03/31/13) Color Copy Charge (01/01-03/31/13) Color Copy Charge (01/01-03/31/2013) Color Copy Charge (01/01-03/31/13) 30-Express Scribe Pro-Quote #11902 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Det.Marshall Wang & Patel"Basic Swat (4/ Acting Prosecutor Fredric Knapp to atten Lt.Jane Recktenwald attending: Mid-Atlan TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Supervision of Police Personnel (isbn:97 Account #1003917278-Appellate March 2013 42.98 18.90 7.50 50.00 19.05 11.10 50.00 199.53 200.00 30.00 450.00 680.00 61.80 882.62 944.42 584.49 1,199.79 1,639.47 199.64 81.62 189.21 432.88 540.00 4,867.10 100.00 30.00 550.00 680.00 673.80 1,300.40

01-201-25-275100-050

76759 WEST PAYMENT CENTER LAW BOOKS

Account#1000176025-Office March 2013 Cha TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Customer:NYC 1054187-Highlighters,Tab In Customer:NYC 105418- Wall file print out 2-Vehicle Signs-laminated on foam core. 8x11 Copy Paper Order #0328853 Visitor Passes Glass for 11x14 frame-Chief of Staff Pfe Callahan Esq. Plaque w/engraving-Robert A. Bianchi, Es Brass plate w/engraving-Robert A. Bianch Name Plates:Chief of Staff/Daniel Pfeiff Name plate: Erin Callahan Room signs: 208,220 & 107 Black Signs Plaque with engraving:William Schievella Photo brass plate w/eng. William Schieve 11x14 Certificate-Det.Lydia Negron TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Account #1051-0576-2 (4/22/13) Account #105105762 (4/26-5/1/13) Account 10505762(4/22-4/25/13) 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Reimburse Confidential Fund- April Expen TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT E-Z Pass Reimbursement (Will be reimburs Travel -Meeting in Trenton- Mileage(122. TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Lunch Only- Prosecutor Fredric Knapp and TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Floral Wreath for Victim Rights Week Cer Victims Rights Celebration- Ordered by D Account #899669942 (3/12-4/15/13) Account #296629811 Air Cards (03/7-04/06 Tea/Coffee/Stirrers Account #973285439166950Y (4/14-5/13/13) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT State v Brandon Hill (Preparation of rep State v Mirasola, Carl(#10001109)Request TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Account #0434996856 (3/15-/13 - 4/14/13) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT First aid kit supplies TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Quote SQ-80346754(5.11 Tactical Pants) C 3in 1- Chief of Staff Daniel Pfeiffer TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Received with date stamp TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

1,282.60 3,256.80 164.59 7.89 17.96 1,738.40 219.10 10.60 10.00 89.00 29.00 24.00 10.00 24.00 90.00 89.00 29.00 17.50 2,570.04 51.36 235.19 183.64 975.20 1,445.39 5,780.22 5,780.22 88.30 42.91 131.21 65.34 65.34 171.20 372.87 161.97 119.97 92.96 244.66 1,163.63 3,062.50 1,967.62 5,030.12 142.12 142.12 162.20 162.20 41.24 219.00 260.24 53.52 53.52 ============

77183 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77183 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77176 ALPHA GRAPHICS MORRISTOWN 77597 W.B. MASON COMPANY INC 76771 DATA MANAGEMENT INC. 76767 HELRICK'S INC 76775 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76775 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76775 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76739 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76739 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76739 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76739 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76739 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76739 RIOS' ENGRAVING 76742 ALPHA GRAPHICS MORRISTOWN 01-201-25-275100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 77600 FEDEX 78141 FEDEX 78141 FEDEX 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 01-201-25-275100-068 POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 78139 M.C. PROSECUTOR'S EMERGENT SPECIAL PROJECTS

01-201-25-275100-079

78138 THOMAS PRIMO 77599 PATRICIA STEWART 01-201-25-275100-082 TRAVEL EXPENSE 76756 M.C. POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION MEETING EXP ADVISORY BOARD ETC

01-201-25-275100-088

77599 PATRICIA STEWART 77187 SUNRISE SHOPRITE OF 76816 SPRINT NEXTEL 76768 SPRINT NEXTEL 76732 COFFEE LOVERS COFFEE SERVICE 77602 VERIZON 01-201-25-275100-118 INVESTIGATION EXPENSE 77177 LOUIS B SCHLESINGER 76743 NMS LABS 01-201-25-275100-121 WITNESS FEES AND MILEAGE 77184 DEER PARK WATER 76762 ZEE MEDICAL INC. MEDICAL

01-201-25-275100-147

01-201-25-275100-189

76748 ATLANTIC TACTICAL OF NJ, INC. 76731 EMBROIDME 01-201-25-275100-202 UNIFORM AND ACCESSORIES 76760 SHACHIHATA INC. (U.S.A.) (2012) OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY

01-203-25-275100-058

TOTAL for County Prosecutor's Office

27,431.88

County Jail 77509 MARIANA DEMARTINEZ 77395 DONNA GRUBLE 77396 MICHAEL BLASKO 77396 MICHAEL BLASKO 76837 ATLANTIC TRAINING CENTER 76837 ATLANTIC TRAINING CENTER 76897 CMI EDUCATION INSTITUTE, INC. 77238 CMI EDUCATION INSTITUTE, INC. 77238 CMI EDUCATION INSTITUTE, INC. 77238 CMI EDUCATION INSTITUTE, INC. 75462 MARIN CONSULTING ASSOCIATES 01-201-25-280100-039 EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 77429 MILLER & CHITTY CO INC EQUIPMENT SERVICE AGREEMENTS 76824 ALL-STAR IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION EQUIP&SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT FOR MILAGE TO AND FROM TRA REIMBURSEMENT FOR TRAINING CONFERENCE FR REIMBURSEMENT FOR CAS CERTIFICATION RENE REIMBURSEMENT FOR CJC CERTIFICATION RENE 7 CPR CARDS DATED 3.20.13 5 CPR CARDS DATED 3.27.13 TRAINING FOR L.GRAHAM ON 5.10.13 TRAINING FOR J.MARHEVKA ON 4.18.13 TRAINING FOR M.SARABAEZ ON 4.18.13 TRAINING FOR R.EARLS ON 5.10.13 TRAINING FOR MARKEY ON JUNE 5 AND 6 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT BOILER CONTRACT PAYMENT FOR APRIL,MAY,JU TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT ID SUPPLIES DATED 4.12.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT OFFICE SUPPLIES DATED 4.4.13 COLOR COPIES FOR COPIER IN IA THROUGH 3. COLOR COPIES FOR ADMIN COPIER FROM 1/1/1 COLOR COPIES FOR INTAKE COPIER FROM 1/1/ LOG BOOKS DATED 4.15.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT BAG HEAT SEALER DATED 3.26.13 VAN REPAIR DATED 4.2.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT REPLACE CORRODED WIRE ON RADIO IN VAN#65 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT CONTRACT PAYMENT FOR KITCHEN EQUIPMENT F PARTS/REPAIR FOR KITCHEN STEAMER 1 DATED PARTS/REPAIR FOR KITCHEN STEAMER 2 DATED PARTS/REPAIR FOR KITCHEN KETTLE 1 DATED PARTS/REPAIR FOR KITCHEN KETTLE 2 DATED PARTS/REPAIR FOR KITCHEN KETTLE 3 DATED GASKETS FOR FREEZER DOORS DATED 4.11.13 FACILITY REFUSE REMOVAL FOR APRIL 2013 D PLAQUE AND ENGRAVING DATED 4.3.13 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE FOR MAY 2013 DATED TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT KEYS DATED 4.8.13 KEYS DATED 4.26.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF AND AND AND AND AND INMATE MEALS DATED 4.20.13 INMATE MEALS DATED 4.19.13 INMATE MEALS DATED 4.13.13 INMATE MEALS DATED 3.28.13 INMATE MEALS DATED 4.4.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 26.33 125.00 80.00 175.00 70.00 50.00 99.99 189.99 189.99 144.99 240.00 1,391.29 2,180.00 2,180.00 1,645.00 1,645.00 707.41 70.42 161.14 234.43 1,674.20 2,847.60 163.91 275.00 438.91 40.85 40.85 90.00 90.00 2,750.00 3,526.89 4,488.77 1,355.14 963.14 1,038.14 675.00 2,153.78 48.80 683.33 17,682.99 507.20 16.00 523.20 17,951.12 18,293.02 17,824.88 17,244.54 17,556.63 88,870.19

01-201-25-280100-044

01-201-25-280100-047

76842 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76895 ATLANTIC TOMORROWS OFFICE 76926 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 76926 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 76927 W.B. MASON COMPANY INC 01-201-25-280100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 75891 ASSOCIATED SALES AND BAG CO. 76834 ODYSSEY AUTOMOTIVE 01-201-25-280100-059 OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 76894 ROYAL COMMUNICATIONS INC. RADIO REPAIRS

01-201-25-280100-068

01-201-25-280100-072

76858 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. 76902 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. 76902 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. 76902 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. 76902 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. 76902 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. 76902 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. 76841 ADVANCE DISPOSAL SERVICES, INC. 76830 T J'S SPORTWIDE TROPHY 77408 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 01-201-25-280100-084 OTHER OUTSIDE SERVICES 76820 CY DRAKE LOCKSMITHS, INC. 77416 CY DRAKE LOCKSMITHS, INC. 01-201-25-280100-128 SECURITY EQUIPMENT 77428 ARAMARK 76925 ARAMARK 76823 ARAMARK 75885 ARAMARK 76012 ARAMARK 01-201-25-280100-185 FOOD CORRECTIONAL CORRECTIONAL CORRECTIONAL CORRECTIONAL CORRECTIONAL SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES

76825 CONTRACT PHARMACY SERVICES INC 76845 PAUL CERAN OD 01-201-25-280100-189 MEDICAL 76901 TURTLE & HUGHES, INC 76901 TURTLE & HUGHES, INC 76903 GRAINGER 76840 MORRISTOWN LUMBER & 76840 MORRISTOWN LUMBER & 76840 MORRISTOWN LUMBER & 76840 MORRISTOWN LUMBER & 01-201-25-280100-249 BLDG MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES 76831 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO 76906 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO 76828 CENTRAL POLY CORP 76896 E.A. MORSE & CO. INC. 76896 E.A. MORSE & CO. INC. 77419 JERSEY PAPER PLUS INC 77419 JERSEY PAPER PLUS INC 01-201-25-280100-252 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 76827 FOWLER EQUIP CO INC. 76929 GRAINGER 01-201-25-280100-262 MACHINERY REPAIRS & PARTS 76836 ATLANTIC TRAINING CENTER (2012) EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 74257 ATLANTIC AMBULANCE CORP. (2012) MEDICAL 76675 SAFE- T (2012) SAFETY ITEMS

INMATE MEDICATION FOR MARCH 2013 DATED 3 MEDICAL CARE FOR R.CEDENO DATED 3.28.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT LIGHT BULBS DATED 4.1.13 LIGHT BULBS DATED 4.1.13 STORAGE CONTAINERS DATED 4.15.13 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES DATED 3.13.13 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES DATED 3.15.13 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES DATED 3.21.13 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES DATED 3.25.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FACILITY PAPER PRODUCTS DATED 4.9.13 FACILITY PAPER PRODUCTS DATED 4.19.13 FACILITY BAGS DATED 4.5.13 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES DATED 4.3.13 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES DATED 4.9.13 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES DATED 4.24.13 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES DATED 4.25.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WASHER MACHINE PARTS/REPAIR DATED 4.3.13 HVAC MOTORS DATED 4.18.13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 5 CPR CARDS DATED 12.18.12 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT MEDICAL CARE FOR S.STANEART DATED 10.25. TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FIRE SAFETY BOOTS DATED 12.12.12. STATE TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

16,696.87 95.00 16,791.87 176.40 489.60 5.46 5.39 23.99 16.99 50.96 768.79 1,389.60 1,156.25 1,305.00 65.81 837.32 482.26 2,437.00 7,673.24 4,150.50 419.04 4,569.54 50.00 50.00 1,188.20 1,188.20 1,470.00 1,470.00 ============ 148,221.67

01-203-25-280100-039

01-203-25-280100-189

01-203-25-280100-266

TOTAL for County Jail

County Youth Detention Facilit 77734 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77507 CABLEVISION 01-201-25-281100-039 EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 74157 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY BARKER COMPANY, INC. BARKER COMPANY, INC. BARKER COMPANY, INC. BARKER COMPANY, INC. BARKER COMPANY, INC. BARKER COMPANY, INC. GENERAL EXPENSES

portfolios, copy paper, writing pads, pe 07876-529177-01-5 6/22/13 - 7/21/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Ink Jet combo pack TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT deodorant toothpaste toothbrush soap shampoo freight TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 2 Copier/Fax Machine quarterly Rental TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Jumpsuit Boxers, MD

298.22 40.57 338.79 53.81 53.81 143.80 99.95 8.35 89.90 100.50 71.02 513.52 72.90 72.90 1,439.19 1,439.19 65.72 38.30

01-201-25-281100-058

76285 BOB 76285 BOB 76285 BOB 76285 BOB 76285 BOB 76285 BOB 01-201-25-281100-059 OTHER

01-201-25-281100-068

78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 76358 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL 76285 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 76285 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC.

01-201-25-281100-164

76285 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 76285 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 76285 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 01-201-25-281100-202 UNIFORM AND ACCESSORIES 77423 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO JANITORIAL SUPPLIES

Boxers, LG Boxers, XL Boxers, 2XL TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT napkins, Alumn. foil TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

38.30 38.30 43.90 224.52 197.25 197.25 ============ 2,839.98

01-201-25-281100-252

TOTAL for County Youth Detention Facilit

Road Repairs 01-201-26-290100-036 76591 SPACE FARMS INC CONTRACTED SERVICES 77059 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 78208 NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. GAS PURCHASES Deer Carcass Removal 3/1-3/31/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Ricoh Copier ID:5919 1/1-3/31/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FUEL CHARGES 4/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT ROAD REPAIRS ROAD REPAIRS TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT meals 2/1-2/25/2013 15% gratuity TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT I-5 I-5 I-5 I-5 H.P.M. Green TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT quarry process, rip-rap TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 07876-512349-01-9 4/1-4/30/2013 0434540159 3/15/13-04/14/13 BOTTLE WAT TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 759.67 759.67 93.59 20.31 113.90 ============ 20,462.11 260.00 39.00 299.00 601.15 2,396.18 1,048.68 1,532.12 4,637.25 10,215.38 3,360.00 3,360.00 126.91 126.91 6.64 6.64 4,834.48 4,834.48 10.55 735.58 746.13

01-201-26-290100-058

01-201-26-290100-068

01-201-26-290100-140

78097 AT&T 78099 VERIZON 01-201-26-290100-146 TELEPHONE 75592 LONG VALLEY PIZZA 75592 LONG VALLEY PIZZA 01-201-26-290100-188 MEALS 76703 TILCON NEW YORK INC. 76703 TILCON NEW YORK INC. 77061 TILCON NEW YORK INC. 77061 TILCON NEW YORK INC. 76589 WELDON ASPHALT 01-201-26-290100-222 BITUMINOUS CONCRETE 76702 TILCON NEW YORK INC. STONE

01-201-26-290100-244

75753 CABLEVISION 73872 DEER PARK 01-201-26-290100-266 SAFETY ITEMS

TOTAL for Road Repairs

Bridges and Culverts 76658 BAYWAY LUMBER 76658 BAYWAY LUMBER 76344 BAYWAY LUMBER 76659 CERBO LUMBER & HARDWARE 01-201-26-292100-233 LUMBER 75863 75863 75863 75863 75863 HARRIS HARRIS HARRIS HARRIS HARRIS AHH/ZOUBEK AHH/ZOUBEK AHH/ZOUBEK AHH/ZOUBEK AHH/ZOUBEK ASSOC. ASSOC. ASSOC. ASSOC. ASSOC. INC INC INC INC INC Fir/Hem 2x4-16 2&BTR Screw gun Sq 1" Long 1/4 Lumber supply* see list attached 2x6x16 Doug Fir#2 & BTR TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Coil bolt 1/2x12 (24) Irwin Utility Knife Pk-5 Hi Vis Retracta Irwin Utility Knife Pk-5 Part #2082101 BPT Auto Twisting tool (3) Bag bars ties 8" plain 16 ga 5000/rl 156.14 4.50 1,866.56 78.00 2,105.20 114.03 7.61 5.65 59.91 75.00

01-201-26-292100-239

75863 HARRIS AHH/ZOUBEK ASSOC. INC SMALL TOOLS USA USA USA USA USA PLATES PLATES PLATES PLATES PLATES & & & & &

Coil Tie 1/2 x 32 cone tight 50/box TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Rebar A 615 GR 60,5/8x20 Epoxy co Rebar A 615 GR 60, 1/2x20 Epoxy c Flat A 36, 1/2x8x20 Wide Flange Beam A 992, 18x35x40 Steel Channel A 36, 8x11.5x40 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

89.44 351.64 1,800.00 1,225.00 320.00 770.00 690.00 4,805.00 199.00 75.41 28.98 9.51 3.12 3.90 7.50 9.34 903.46 20.94 3.26 0.25 499.00 51.45 1,815.12 2.95 2.95 11.80 2.95 14.75 115.47 150.87 ============ 9,227.83

77017 METALS 77017 METALS 77017 METALS 77017 METALS 77017 METALS 01-201-26-292100-243 STEEL

76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76657 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 75862 KENVIL POWER EQUIPMENT, 75862 KENVIL POWER EQUIPMENT, 75862 KENVIL POWER EQUIPMENT, 75862 KENVIL POWER EQUIPMENT, 76835 GRAY SUPPLY CORP 76835 GRAY SUPPLY CORP 01-201-26-292100-246 TOOLS - OTHERS

INC. INC. INC. INC.

12" Supreme Paver Blade 1/2x7 rawl stud 1/4X23 3/4 Phil Tapcon 3/8X3 Carriage Bolt Z 3/8 med split lockwasher 3/8 USS Flatwasher 3/8 USS G5 Hex Nut Utility Knife 14" Cut off Saw Shear Pin 5/16 Rolpin 1/4x 1 1/2 PROCESSING SURCHARGE 18 X .125" x 1" Premium Dry Asphalt Blad BLADES,HARDWARE TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT CWS 125 CF Argon CWS 125 AR/CO2 75/25 CWS Medium Acetylene CWS 125 CF Oxygen CWS 251 CF Oxygen UN1072 Oxygen Compressed 2.2, CWS 251cf TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

76348 COUNTY WELDING SUPPLY CO 76348 COUNTY WELDING SUPPLY CO 76348 COUNTY WELDING SUPPLY CO 76348 COUNTY WELDING SUPPLY CO 76348 COUNTY WELDING SUPPLY CO 76345 COUNTY WELDING SUPPLY CO 01-201-26-292100-248 WELDING-OXYGEN-ACETYLENE ETC

TOTAL for Bridges and Culverts

Shade Tree Commission 76439 NATURE'S CHOICE CORPORATION 76439 NATURE'S CHOICE CORPORATION 77062 NATURE'S CHOICE CORPORATION 01-201-26-300100-098 OTHER OPERATING&REPAIR SUPPLY stumps stumps stumps TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 90.00 210.00 60.00 360.00 ============ 360.00

TOTAL for Shade Tree Commission

Buildings & Grounds 01-201-26-310100-029 77928 WILLIAM F. BARNISH BUILDING RENTAL RENT FOR DOVER PROBATION/ JUNE 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT RE: B & G/ 04-25-13 RE: B & G/ 04-25-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 590803109/ JUROR PARKING - APRIL 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68807/ RE: A & R BLDG/ 04-08-13 MEAL RECEIPTS/ 02-09-13 THRU 04-04-13 RE: MEAL RECEIPTS/ DATED 02-03-13 THRU 0 CLEANING SERVICES - APRIL 2013/ DATED 04 7,087.72 7,087.72 157.99 7.35 165.34 7,512.75 7,512.75 74.98 30.00 1,650.00 31,010.00

77696 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77696 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-26-310100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 77940 LAZ PARKING PARKING LOT RENTAL 76881 76879 76628 78029 ALL COUNTY RENTAL CENTER KORNER STORE INC LOVEYS PIZZA & GRILL EMPLOYMENT HORIZONS, INC.

01-201-26-310100-062

01-201-26-310100-084

77319 HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL CORP OTHER OUTSIDE SERVICES 77678 FASTENAL COMPANY OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES

RE: CH/ 04-10-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68902/ RE: B & G/ 04-18-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO69003/ RE: B & G/ 04-30-13 WO68004/ RE: B & G/ 12-17-12 WO68691 RE: B & G/ 03-29-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT RE: HEALTH MNGMNT/ 03-28-13 RE: CAC BLDG/ 03-25-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 000291/ RE: REFUSE REMOVAL/ MARCH / 04-1 100055/ WASTE COLLECTION - MARCH 2013/ 0 100055/ TIPPING FEES - MARCH 2013/ 04-11 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 7629689-031 COPIER LEASE 03-22-13 THRU 0 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 2013 WORK BOOTS WO68862/ RE: SAFETY EQUIP/ 04-12-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68557/ WO68557/ WO68557/ WO68432/ WO68557/ WO68634/ WO68634/ RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: CH/ 03-05-13 CH/ 03-05-13 CH/ 03-19-13 PSTA/ 03-26-13 CH/ 03-11-13 CH/ 03-14-13 CH/ 03-27-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

2,421.98 35,186.96 59.99 59.99 450.14 195.86 112.68 758.68 455.00 65.00 520.00 289.27 5,330.00 1,955.43 7,574.70 634.42 634.42 89.97 838.11 928.08 53.18 41.38 116.71 358.89 178.68 118.86 39.99 907.69 433.10 545.37 1,769.58 2,748.05 276.35 276.35 291.93 28.40 409.75 1,521.74 12.99 380.13 719.10 49.70 250.43 3,664.17 124.99 196.80 140.00 82.00 117.25 661.04 4,380.00

01-201-26-310100-095

77676 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO 76630 CARROT-TOP INDUSTRIES INC 76810 GRAINGER 01-201-26-310100-098 OTHER OPERATING&REPAIR SUPPLY 76812 COMPLETE SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. 76882 POP-A-LOCK OF NORTHERN NJ 01-201-26-310100-128 SECURITY EQUIPMENT 77010 MC MUA TRANSFER STATION 77007 M.C. MUNICIPAL UTILITIES 77007 M.C. MUNICIPAL UTILITIES 01-201-26-310100-143 RUBBISH & TRASH REMOVAL 76884 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL

01-201-26-310100-164

77687 EVERT PADILLA 76887 NORTHERN SAFETY CO. INC. 01-201-26-310100-207 UNIFORM & CLOTHING ALLOWANCE 76871 RICCIARDI 76871 RICCIARDI 76871 RICCIARDI 76871 RICCIARDI 76871 RICCIARDI 76871 RICCIARDI 76871 RICCIARDI 01-201-26-310100-234 PAINT BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS OF OF OF OF OF OF OF

77323 GRAINGER 78092 J.A. SEXAUER 78092 J.A. SEXAUER 01-201-26-310100-235 PIPES - OTHERS 76806 SHEAFFER SUPPLY, INC. SMALL TOOLS

WO68928/ RE: OTA/ 03-29-13 276829/ RE: STOCK/ 04-17-13 276829/ WO68926/ RE: OTA/ 04-24-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68218/ RE: SM TOOLS/ 04-09-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68597/ RE: FUELING STATION/ 04-03-13 WO68778/ RE: MV3/ 04-16-13 WO68795/ RE: OTA - K9/ 03-26-13 WO68760/ RE: STOCK/ 04-02-13 WO68723/ RE: CH - LOCKER ROOM/ 04-09-13 WO68804/ RE: CH/ 04-05-13 WO68643/ RE: B & G/ 04-22-13 WO68669 RE: STOCK/ 03-26-13 WO68669 RE: STOCK/ 03-26-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68821/ RE: PROSECUTOR/ 04-10-13 RE: SCHUYLER PARK - ACTIVATION OF IRRIGA RE: 9-11 - ACTIVATION OF IRRIGATION SYST WO68821/ RE: PROSECUTOR/ 04-16-13 WO68821/ RE: PROSECUTOR/ 04-16-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68927/ RE: JANITORIAL SUPPLIES/ 04-25-

01-201-26-310100-239

76806 SHEAFFER SUPPLY, INC. 77322 SHEAFFER SUPPLY INC. 76864 ABLE SECURITY LOCKSMITHS 76809 BAYWAY LUMBER 76809 BAYWAY LUMBER 76880 U-LINE SHIPPING SUPPLY 77323 GRAINGER 76810 GRAINGER 76810 GRAINGER 01-201-26-310100-249 BLDG MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES 76885 EASTBOUND GARDEN CENTER 77320 IRRIGATION & LANDSCAPE 77320 IRRIGATION & LANDSCAPE 76888 MORRIS COUNTY FARMS INC 76888 MORRIS COUNTY FARMS INC 01-201-26-310100-251 GROUND MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES 77684 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO

77684 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO 77318 JERSEY PAPER PLUS INC 77318 JERSEY PAPER PLUS INC 77318 JERSEY PAPER PLUS INC 01-201-26-310100-252 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 76885 EASTBOUND GARDEN CENTER EQUIPMENT

WO68927/ RE: JANITORIAL SUPPLIES/ 04-30287342/ WO68605/ RE: JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 287342/ WO68605/ RE: JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 287342/ WO68605/ RE: JANITORIAL SUPPLIES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT RE: B & G/ 04-18-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 749 / RE: A & R BLDG 757 / RE: CH 758 / RE: SCHUYLER 759 / RE: CH 760 / RE: LIBRARY 761 / RE: SEU 762 / RE: PSTA 763 / RE: H/S 764 / RE: H/S 869 / RE: MV-2 895/RE: CAC RE: HEALTH MNGMNT/ 02-08-13 WO68899/ RE: B & G/ 04-18-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WO68630 RE: STOCK/ 03-19-13 WO68836/ RE: LIBRARY/ 04-11-13 WO68980/ RE: JDC/ 04-25-13 WO68982/ RE: PSTA/ 04-25-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

38.79 804.46 590.00 128.00 5,941.25 1,467.00 1,467.00 711.12 533.30 355.56 355.56 177.78 177.78 177.78 177.78 177.78 177.78 177.78 368.07 130.09 3,698.16 1,287.86 136.85 66.70 57.99 1,549.40 1,162.46 326.40 99.53 66.35 433.87 80.64 177.09 142.36 23.83 136.88 66.90 358.58 366.60 367.20 171.01 33.18 4,012.88 337.50 337.50 ============ 85,692.13

01-201-26-310100-258

77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 77683 ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE CORP 76807 R & J CONTROL, INC. 76886 POWER PLACE INC 01-201-26-310100-262 MACHINERY REPAIRS & PARTS 76811 TBS CONTROLS LLC 77690 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 77690 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 77690 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 01-201-26-310100-264 HEAT & A/C 77014 TURTLE & 77315 TURTLE & 77315 TURTLE & 77315 TURTLE & 77314 TURTLE & 77314 TURTLE & 77314 TURTLE & 77314 TURTLE & 77314 TURTLE & 76808 TURTLE & 77015 TURTLE & 77015 TURTLE & 77015 TURTLE & 77015 TURTLE & 77015 TURTLE & 77015 TURTLE & 01-201-26-310100-265 ELECTRICAL HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, HUGHES, INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC.

WO68868/ RE: STOCK - BULBS/ 04-15-13 WO68839/ RE: W & M/ 04-11-13 WO68839/ RE: W & M/ 04-18-13 WO68839/ RE: W & M/ 04-18-13 WO68719/ RE: WHARTON GRG/ 04-02-13 WO68840/ RE: A & R BLDG/ 04-11-13 WO68577/ RE: YOUTH SHELTER/ 04-18-13 WO68436/ RE: PSTA/ 04-16-13 WO68436/ RE: PSTA/ 04-18-13 RE: YOUTH SHELTER - BULBS/ 02-15-13 WO68666/ RE: CH/ 03-22-13 WO68290/ RE: SEU/ 04-01-13 WO68779/ RE: CH/ 04-04-13 WO68820/ RE: OTA/ 04-09-13 WO68839/ RE: W & M/ 04-10-13 WO68839/ RE: W & M/ 04-10-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 003105/ RE: RANDOLPH/ 11-07-12 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

01-203-26-310100-262

68540 R & J CONTROL, INC. (2012) MACHINERY REPAIRS & PARTS

TOTAL for Buildings & Grounds

Motor Services Center 01-201-26-315100-039 76713 JASPER ENGINE & TRANSMISSION EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS INTRO TO LABSCOPE S TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT PAPER,INK CART,TONER NOTEBOOK,PLANNER,DIVIDERS,TONER PLANNER TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 258.00 258.00 297.64 63.33 1.80 362.77

77291 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77715 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77715 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-26-315100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY

77290 SHEAFFER SUPPLY, INC. 71785 AW DIRECT 71785 AW DIRECT 77273 BOONTON AUTO PARTS 77273 BOONTON AUTO PARTS 76379 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. 76706 CABLEVISION 77275 DEER PARK 77297 Y-PERS INC 76375 GRIFFIN AUTOMOTIVE INFOR. SRVC 77283 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 77283 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 77283 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 77283 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 77283 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 77283 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 77283 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 01-201-26-315100-098 OTHER OPERATING&REPAIR SUPPLY 77271 AMERICAN WEAR INC. 77271 AMERICAN WEAR INC. 01-201-26-315100-207 UNIFORM & CLOTHING ALLOWANCE 76714 J & D SALES & SERVICE LLC CHEMICALS & SPRAYS 77294 DAVID WEBER OIL COMPANY LUBRICANTS & ANTI FREEZE

SHACKLE RAINSUIT CONES ODOR ELIMINATOR ADHESIVE REMOVER LEASE ON COPIER ACCT #07876-599391-01-7, 4/8/13 -5-7-13 ACCT #0435051180, 3/15/13 - 4/14/13 RAGS WIRING MANUAL FAN NUT,CLAMP,FUSE CONNECTOR FITTINGS SHIM CAP BAKING SODA TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT UNIFORMS UNIFORMS & MATS TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT CHLORINE TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT SOCKET ADAPTER TRIGGER SWITCH TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT CYLINDER RENTAL TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT TIRES TIRES TIRES TIRES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT WIPER BLADE,FILTER WIPER BLADE LATCH GRP 31 STUD 925C,HEADLIGHT GRP 31 STUD 925C,WIPER BLADE CREDIT CREDIT CREDIT CREDIT CREDIT CREDIT BOTTLE KIT,DOOR HANDLE CREDIT SOLENOID CLAMP,TUBE,RELAY,PIN,BUSHING,NUT,BOLT,WA FILTER ASY O-RING FILTER LITE ASY SEAT CUSHION

35.70 57.80 166.67 13.60 124.75 764.25 59.99 229.92 203.28 595.00 308.64 100.47 60.51 27.50 73.08 14.88 14.04 2,850.08 202.75 255.74 458.49 245.00 245.00 497.45 497.45 4.21 35.24 39.45 105.85 105.85 320.31 606.20 268.02 1,475.87 2,670.40 567.35 45.00 29.68 379.14 275.92 -35.82 -165.10 -239.24 -40.00 -60.00 -20.00 293.45 -218.48 603.74 796.01 77.24 218.48 32.50 34.78 179.00

01-201-26-315100-225

01-201-26-315100-232

77279 GRAINGER 76396 GTS WELCO 01-201-26-315100-239 SMALL TOOLS 77295 GTS WELCO SNOW PLOWING PARTS AUTO CENTERS AUTO CENTERS TIRE TIRE

01-201-26-315100-241

77292 STS TIRE & 77292 STS TIRE & 77281 INTER CITY 77281 INTER CITY 01-201-26-315100-245 TIRES 77270 77270 77270 77270 77270 77270 77270 77270 77270 77270 77270 77293 77293 76724 76724 76724 76724 76724 76724 77296

AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES WINFIELD UPHOLSTERING CO

LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC

77276 DOVER BRAKE & CLUTCH CO INC 77276 DOVER BRAKE & CLUTCH CO INC 76681 HOOVER TRUCK CENTERS INC 77282 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO 76718 PERFORMANCE TRAILERS INC. 76722 ROYAL COMMUNICATIONS INC. 01-201-26-315100-261 SPARE PARTS FOR EQUIPMENT 76369 AYERS CHEVROLET OLDS 77272 BEYER FORD 77272 BEYER FORD 77272 BEYER FORD 77274 D&B AUTO SUPPLY 77274 D&B AUTO SUPPLY 77274 D&B AUTO SUPPLY 77274 D&B AUTO SUPPLY 77278 FLEMINGTON BUICK CHEVROLET 77285 NIELSEN DODGE - C-J-R 77285 NIELSEN DODGE - C-J-R 77710 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77710 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77710 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77710 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77710 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 76721 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 76721 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 76721 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 76388 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 76388 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 76388 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 76388 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 76388 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 77288 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 77288 ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL LLC 77287 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77287 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77287 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77287 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77287 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77287 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 77287 PLAINSMAN AUTO SUPPLY 01-201-26-315100-291 VEHICLE REPAIRS

AUT SLK WLD CLV,CLEVIS CREDIT PANEL BACK UP ALARM,BULB RIMS ANTENNA,MOUNT TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT VEHICLE REPAIR (5-77) LINK SENSOR THERMOSTAT,SEAL MASTER CYLINDER,FILTER,HDP SB FILTER,ALARM,PADS,B/FLUID FILTER,ROTOR,HOSE LINK,HOSE,SENSOR BATTERY REGULATOR SHAKL PKG MUFFLER,U-BOLT,ROTOR,FILTER FILTER,FITTING,MUFFLER LEADS,LENS,BATTERY DRAIN PLUG,MUFFLER,CLAP,O-RING, BUSHING, FILTER,PLUG,STARTER,FILTER,HOSE, GASKET, PIPE ROTOR,KIT OIL ANTIFREEZE JOINT ASY,NUT,SEAL PLUG,FILTER RING,NUT KIT-BRAKE ROLLER SWITCH LIGHT,FILTER,HYD OIL,PADS,SHOES COMBO LIGHT,FILER,PAD,BOLT, BULB,STARTER HYDRAULIC FILTER HYDRAULIC FILTER PADS,ROTOR,SENSA-TRAC,BREATHER FILTER PUMP,THERMOSTAT,SEAL ANTIFREEZE TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

204.14 -83.01 86.65 154.82 165.00 45.00 3,326.25 597.00 52.98 61.99 13.21 294.48 183.69 239.48 293.95 151.43 156.00 41.16 353.67 247.40 129.54 538.65 528.08 103.19 220.58 56.40 62.64 267.52 15.62 17.28 49.98 14.22 21.00 277.68 376.57 62.27 12.77 286.30 45.99 32.40 5,805.12 ============ 16,618.86

TOTAL for Motor Services Center

Health Management 01-201-27-330100-031 78095 VERIZON WIRELESS CELLULAR PHONE/PAGERS 74797 RUTGERS-THE STATE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 77948 ATLANTIC HEALTH SERVICES SPECIAL PROJECTS 77070 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL 77269 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE L&PS/HEALTH MANAGEMENT-O&E TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Carlos Perez Septic Inspections in NJ co TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT TB Clinic Services - April 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Acct# 7629689-048 lease for copier invoi TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Shipper # 5YE75 invoice dated 4/20/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 114.03 114.03 325.00 325.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 655.77 655.77 27.87 27.87

01-201-27-330100-039

01-201-27-330100-079

01-201-27-330100-164

01-201-27-330100-210

01-201-27-330100-231

77878 TREASURER-STATE OF NJ HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL

NJEMS Bill ID 111150900invoice dated 4-4 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

30.00 30.00 ============ 11,152.67

TOTAL for Health Management

Human Services 76525 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76525 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76525 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-27-331100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL ITEM 486838 MEMORY FOAM SEAT REST ITEM 712994 HP LASER JET CARTRIDGE ITEM 538512 BADGE LABEL BORDER TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 37.61 62.02 44.25 143.88 149.06 149.06 ============ 292.94

01-201-27-331100-068

TOTAL for Human Services

Youth Shelter 77736 THOMAS POLLIO 76915 MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION 76915 MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION 76915 MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION 76915 MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION 01-201-27-331110-059 OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE AND METERED MAIL Resident Supplies & Activities skating admission 4-5-13 skate rental skate ADMISSIONS 4-25-13 skate RENTAL TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 6030375100026118 Acme Purchases Pizza Rewards 0434508388 3-15-13-4-14-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT April 2013 January 2013 January 3013 C/M February 2013 Resident Medical Supplies Return RX February 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 114.70 21.00 10.50 6.00 3.50 155.70 5.52 5.52 43.32 89.76 22.99 156.07 6,766.66 67.53 -37.90 1,055.52 509.24 -25.99 8,335.06 ============ 8,652.35

01-201-27-331110-068

78083 ALBERTSON INC 78084 LOVEYS PIZZA & GRILL 77082 DEER PARK 01-201-27-331110-185 FOOD 78085 ATLANTIC HEALTH/ 75814 WHITES HEALTHCARE 75814 WHITES HEALTHCARE 75814 WHITES HEALTHCARE 76912 WHITES HEALTHCARE 76912 WHITES HEALTHCARE 01-201-27-331110-189 MEDICAL

TOTAL for Youth Shelter

Office on Aging 01-201-27-333100-039 77342 LEADERSHIP SEMINARS EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 77849 RENATA STOKES INSURANCE Continuing Education.Date: June 6,2013 T TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Car Insurance Reimbursement for April,20 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Dispenser,gojo,foam soap refill, clipd b Punch 2 hole black 79925 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Meals for Advisory Council Meeting 4/11/ TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM 98.00 98.00 12.00 12.00 202.56 5.14 207.70 157.20 157.20 209.84

01-201-27-333100-048

77116 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77116 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-27-333100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 77345 SODEXO INC & AFFILIATES OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS

01-201-27-333100-059

01-201-27-333100-068

POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77849 RENATA STOKES TRAVEL EXPENSE

TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Miles Reimbursement for April, 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Competency Evaluation of APS client (U.K Competency evaluation of APS client (U.K TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 47.25

209.84

01-201-27-333100-082

47.25 400.00 400.00 800.00 ============ 1,531.99

77873 GET WELL HOUSE CALLS P.C. 77850 HUBER & ASSOCIATES 01-201-27-333100-084 OTHER OUTSIDE SERVICES

TOTAL for Office on Aging

Grant in Aid 01-201-27-342000-454 77074 NEW JERSEY AIDS SERVICES GRANT IN AID GIA: ERIC JOHNSON 662 SESSIONS @ $20.00 JAN 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 13,240.00 13,240.00 3,458.00 6,400.00 12,025.00 5,460.00 27,343.00 9,065.00 9,065.00 18,920.00 18,920.00 16,907.00 18,043.00 17,460.00 52,410.00 3,300.00 3,300.00 3,218.00 1,230.00 4,448.00 2,748.00 2,748.00 1,090.00 1,671.00 1,090.00 1,813.00 1,031.00 886.00 471.00 1,236.00 1,178.00 353.00 471.00 1,296.00 883.00 353.00 471.00 1,060.00 883.00 824.00 1,030.00

77095 MORRISTOWN 77093 MORRISTOWN 77402 MORRISTOWN 77402 MORRISTOWN 01-201-27-342000-457 GRANT IN AID

NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE 1ST QUARTER GIA SCHOLARSHIPS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE 1ST QUARTER JAN. THRU MARCH 2013 RECREAT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE 1ST QUARTER 2013 PEER PLACE CHILD CARE C NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE GIA:MORRISTOWN NGBHD HOUSE TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 247 TOTAL HOURS OF SOCIAL WORK HOURS @ $ TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT E&T GIA 1324 Period 1/1/1 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

01-201-27-342000-462

77073 FAMILY SERVICE OF MORRIS COUNTY GRANT IN AID GIA: FAMILY SERVICES 77341 EMPLOYMENT HORIZONS, INC. GRANT IN AID GIA: EMPLOYMENT HORIZONS

01-201-27-342000-463

77075 ATLANTIC HEALTH 77075 ATLANTIC HEALTH 77075 ATLANTIC HEALTH 01-201-27-342000-464 GRANT IN AID GIA:

SERVICES/MMH REIMBURSMENT FOR JAN. 2013 SERVICES SERVICES/MMH REIMBURSEMENT FOR FEB. SERVICES SERVICES/MMH REIMBURSEMENT FOR MARCH SERVICES MORR MEMOR. HOSPITAL TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Six Participants in "Unmasked" Series TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FAMILY SELF SUFFICIENCY PRG. 126.28 BILL 48.27 BILLABLE HOURS @ $25.48 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 2 INFANT SCHOLARSHIPS JAN 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT GIA 1339 FEb 201332 units @ $34.07(total Fix-It Period 1/1/ Chore Period 1/1/ Fix-It Period 2/1/1 Fix-It Period 3/1/1 Chore Period 3/1/1 2 SUPPORT GROUPS IN Feb at $235.50 21 INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS @ $58. 4 LIVING WITH AIDS @ $294.40 3 AIDS ED. SESSIONS FEB @ $117.76 2 SUPPORT GROUPS @ $235.50 22 INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS @ $58. 3 LIVING WITH AIDS @ $284.40 3 AIDS ED. SESSIONS @ $436.44 2 SUPPORT GROUPS @ $235.50 18 INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS @ $58. 3 LIVING WITH AIDS @ $294.40 7 AIDS EDUCATION SESSIONS @ $117.76 1 OF 3 VOUCHERS JAN SERVICES

01-201-27-342000-471

77057 CREATIVE HEARTWORK INC GRANT IN AID GIA: CREATIVE HEARTWORK

76751 NORWESCAP INC 76751 NORWESCAP INC 01-201-27-342000-477 GRANT IN AID GIA:NORWESCAP 77096 PARSIPPANY CHILD DAY CARE CTR. GRANT IN AID GIA:PARSIPPANY CHILD DC 77856 77857 77858 77859 77861 77860 77617 77617 77617 77617 77615 77615 77615 77615 77397 77397 77397 77397 77405 CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS CFCS HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE

01-201-27-342000-478

77405 CFCS - HOPE HOUSE 77405 CFCS - HOPE HOUSE 01-201-27-342000-480 GRANT IN AID GIA:HOPEHOUSEOPERTNFIXIT 77401 FREEDOM HOUSE INC. 77401 FREEDOM HOUSE INC. 77401 FREEDOM HOUSE INC. 01-201-27-342000-482 GRANT IN AID: FREEDOM HOUSE

2 OF 3 VOUCHERS FEB 3 0F 3 VOUCHERS MARCH SERVICES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1 OF 3 VOUCHERS FOR CLIENT SERVICES FOR 2 OF 3 VOUCHERS FOR THE SERVICES PROVIDE 3 OF 3 VOUCHERS FOR SERVICES PROVIDED FO TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

1,505.00 1,575.00 21,170.00 9,593.80 8,359.34 2,889.86 20,843.00 12,879.00 3,812.00 16,691.00 22,550.00 22,550.00 12,152.00 12,152.00 8,060.00 4,030.00 4,030.00 7,280.00 23,400.00 10,000.00 945.00 3,780.00 1,215.00 15,940.00 ============ 264,220.00

77056 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC Clinical Case Managemnet Services 77056 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC Job Development Counselor Services 01-201-27-342000-483 GRANT IN AID AID MENT HLTH CNT-NEW BRIDG TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 77076 LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHWEST 205 UNITS FOR THE MONTH OF JAN 2013 @ $1 GRANT IN AID NJ BUREAU OF CHLDRN SRVCS TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 77058 FAMILY INTERVENTION GRANT IN AID: FAMILY INTERVENTION VILLAGE OF NJ, VILLAGE OF NJ, VILLAGE OF NJ, VILLAGE OF NJ, AID: DAYTOP INC. INC. INC. INC. Contract Expenses for 1 Quarter 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT For March 2013 services for 2 clients fo 31 DAYS OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR JAN. 31 DAYS OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES @ $130 SERVICES RENDORED FOR FEBRUARY 2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 75 Bed days in January 2013 for 4 client VOUCHER 1 OF 3 7 CLIENT BED DAYS FOR 1 C VOUCHER 2 OF 3 28 CLIENT BED DAYS FOR 1 VOUCHER 3 0F 3 9 CLIENT BED DAYS FOR 2 C TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

01-201-27-342000-486

01-201-27-342000-489

77603 DAYTOP 77403 DAYTOP 77403 DAYTOP 77404 DAYTOP 01-201-27-342000-490 GRANT IN 77072 NEW 77400 NEW 77400 NEW 77400 NEW 01-201-27-342000-491 GRANT

HOPE FOUNDATION INC. HOPE FOUNDATION INC. HOPE FOUNDATION INC. HOPE FOUNDATION INC. IN AID: NEW HOPE

TOTAL for Grant in Aid

County Board of Social Service 77331 MAIRA ROGERS 01-201-27-345100-034 CONFERENCE EXPENSES 77334 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77334 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77334 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77334 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77353 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-27-345100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 77334 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 77349 DEER PARK 76620 J. O'BRIEN CO INC 76620 J. O'BRIEN CO INC 76620 J. O'BRIEN CO INC 01-201-27-345100-059 OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 78097 AT&T 78099 VERIZON 77351 VERIZON 77350 VERIZON 01-201-27-345100-146 TELEPHONE 75432 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL 77333 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC

Application & Registration fees TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Order #7098375590-000-001/04-03-13 Order #7098375590-000-002/04-03-13 Order #7098375590-000-005/04-03-13 Order #7098375590-000-007/04-03-13 X-Stamper 9/16" X 1-1/16" TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Order #7097478448-000-003/03-13-13 Acct. no. 0434488383/03-15-13 to 04-14-1 Flap Closure Vertical Government Size 3/8 in Flat Breakway Lanyard with Wide P Shipping Charges TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT OFFICE OF TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE OFFICE OF TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE 973 889-3370 640 33Y 04-14-13 to 05-13-1 973 889-2917 642 14Y 04-14-13 to 05-13-1 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 7629689-025 Kyocera 420i 36M FMV Lease @ TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Copier maintenance billing from January

100.00 100.00 1,864.34 94.42 144.28 17.70 142.50 2,263.24 121.59 222.61 152.00 140.00 22.10 658.30 157.51 1,009.28 1,814.53 1,674.69 4,656.01 1,410.60 1,410.60 427.49

01-201-27-345100-164

77333 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 75502 JOHNSTON COMMUNICATIONS 01-201-27-345100-166 OFFICE MACHINE- REPAIR 76450 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC. 77347 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC. 75922 UNITRONIX DATA SYSTEMS INC 77952 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC. 77952 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC. 77952 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC. 77952 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC. 77332 JOHNSON & JOHNSON, ESQS 77335 JOHNSON & JOHNSON, ESQS 01-201-27-345100-325 SPECIAL SERVICES 77510 HORIZON BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 77512 HORIZON BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 01-201-27-345100-329 HOSPITAL INSURANCE PREMIUMS 77953 CHRISTINE HELLYER 77955 LASZLO CSENGETO 77330 BARBARA KENNEDY 77331 MAIRA ROGERS 77517 JOAN BRUSEO 01-201-27-345100-332 MILEAGE 77953 CHRISTINE HELLYER 77514 CARLOTA MANJARRES 77517 JOAN BRUSEO 01-201-27-345100-333 OTHER ALLOWANCES 77337 GOODALE PHARMACY & SURGICAL 77337 GOODALE PHARMACY & SURGICAL 77337 GOODALE PHARMACY & SURGICAL 77337 GOODALE PHARMACY & SURGICAL 77515 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77515 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77515 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77338 MOLNAR PHARMACY 77352 MOLNAR PHARMACY 01-201-27-345100-338 HEALTH RELATED SERVICES 77511 77516 77329 77329 77339 77339 77339 NJ NJ NJ NJ NJ NJ NJ TAXI TAXI TAXI TAXI TAXI TAXI TAXI & & & & & & & BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SUPPLY SUPPLY SUPPLY SUPPLY

Model SRV Billing Labor charges on 2/21/13 & 03/08/13/Tick TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Payment for Security Officer - Client #5 Payment for Security Officer - Client #5 Software maintenance for the month of Ap Payment for Security Officer/ Client #57 03/22/13-03/28/13 04/05/13-04/11/13 04/12/13-04/18/13 Legal services rendered for the month of Legal services rendered for the month of TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT HMO invoice for the month of May 2013 Dental coverage for the month of May 201 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT MAP ADM MAP MAP ADM Mileage reimb. for February & Apri Mileage reimb. for April 2013 Mileage reimb. for January through Mileage reimb. for February & Marc Mileage reimb. for January through TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

2,191.89 1,225.00 3,844.38 262.80 554.80 5,154.31 686.20 657.00 657.00 686.20 156.00 4,056.00 12,870.31 147,248.77 4,409.36 151,658.13 56.70 27.65 52.85 100.10 103.60 340.90 90.00 72.00 72.00 234.00 40.98 199.99 199.99 12.99 36.09 903.41 1,285.87 38.99 17.16 56.34 41.17 39.53 311.26 45.09 98.85 11.25 21.15 96.85 28.35 12.09 33.33 66.88 759.60 4,357.21 174.45 112.57 98.06 92.34 50.22 90.44 68.54

Insurance reimb. for January through Jun FSS - Insurance reimb. from January thro Insurance reimb. for January through Jun TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FP - Gwendolyn Hugee - 02/21/13 For Quasyne Newton - 02/22/13 For Dante Newton - 02/22/13 AS - Horace Davis - 02/06/13 AS - Johanna Maggio - 03/11/13 AS - Raymond Torres - 03/22/13 04/08/13 AS - Adam Nieswand - 03/18/13 AS - Ahmed Badawy - 03/08/13 FP - Analiza Palumbo - 03/25/13 AS - Brian Peters - 03/11/13 FP - Jean Inch - 03/12/13 AS - Jeffrey Marx - 04/03/13 AS - John Forschner - 03/25/13 AS - Kevin Cox - 03/07/13 AS - Michael Failer - 02/22/13 AS - Paula Liotto - 03/25/13 AS - Raymond Torres - 03/25/13 AS - Salvatore Canzonieri - 02/22/13 AS - Tanesha Marable - 03/18/13 AS - Veronica Butera - 03/22/13 AS - Vincent Indelicato - 03/20/13 AS - Lauren Roby - 03/08/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT AS - Jennifer Grasso - 03/20/13 AS - James Esposito - 03/25/13 AS - Jennifer Grasso - 03/19/13 AS - Antionette Martin - 03/28/13 AS - Jennifer Grasso - 03/12/13 03/13/13 FP - Maricela Manobanda - 02/15/13

LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC LLC

77339 NJ TAXI & BLACK CAR SERVICES LLC 77339 NJ TAXI & BLACK CAR SERVICES LLC 77357 NJ TAXI & BLACK CAR SERVICES LLC 01-201-27-345100-340 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 75433 LABCORP OF AMERICA HOLDINGS PATERNITY EXPENSES 77513 CHRISTINE HENTISZ AWARDS & ADMIN ALLOWANCE 77956 PARSIPPANY INN EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

AS - Michael Rieger - 04/05/13 AS - Veronica Butera - 03/22/13 AS - Morise Robinson - 01/25/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT DNA Testing from 02/03/13 through 03/03/ TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Reimb. for luncheon food & Supplies TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT AS - Barbara Einterz - 03/05/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

107.10 87.35 198.73 1,079.80 156.25 156.25 184.96 184.96 50.00 50.00 ============ 183,864.09

01-201-27-345100-351

01-201-27-345100-362

01-201-27-345100-365

TOTAL for County Board of Social Service

MV:Administration 78170 78170 78170 78170 78170 78170 78170 78170 78170 78170 78170 78171 78171 78171 78171 78171 78172 78172 78172 78172 78172 78172 78172 78172 78172 78173 78173 78173 78174 78174 78174 78174 78175 78175 78175 78175 78175 78175 78176 78176 78176 78176 78197 78197 AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE AKUA OPOMEA ABEBRESE ARNEL P GARCIA ARNEL P GARCIA ARNEL P GARCIA ARNEL P GARCIA ARNEL P GARCIA BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING BARKEL FLEMMING CARRELLE L CALIXTE CARRELLE L CALIXTE CARRELLE L CALIXTE CHARLES NADARAJAH CHARLES NADARAJAH CHARLES NADARAJAH CHARLES NADARAJAH DANILO LAPID DANILO LAPID DANILO LAPID DANILO LAPID DANILO LAPID DANILO LAPID DAVID JEAN-LOUIS DAVID JEAN-LOUIS DAVID JEAN-LOUIS DAVID JEAN-LOUIS EDITHA MARQUEZ EDITHA MARQUEZ LPN,4/29/2013 LPN,4/30/2013 LPN,5/2/2013 LPN,5/3/2013 LPN,5/4/2013 LPN,5/5/2013 LPN,5/6/2013 LPN,5/7/2013 LPN,5/8/2013 LPN,5/9/2013 LPN,5/10/2013 LPN,5/1/2013 LPN,5/2/2013 LPN,5/7/2013 LPN,5/8/2013 LPN,5/10/2013 LPN,4/28/2013 LPN,4/29/2013 LPN,4/30/2013 LPN,5/1/2013 LPN,5/5/2013 LPN,5/6/2013 LPN,5/7/2013 LPN,5/9/2013 LPN,5/10/2013 LPN,5/1/2013 LPN,5/2/2013 LPN,5/3/2013 RN,4/28/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,5/5/2013 RN,5/11/2013 RN,5/1/2013 RN,5/2/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,5/5/2013 RN,5/8/2013 RN,5/9/2013 LPN,5/5/2013 LPN,5/7/2013 LPN,5/9/2013 LPN,5/10/2013 RN,5/5/2013 RN,5/8/2013 224.00 448.00 448.00 224.00 448.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 448.00 221.76 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 448.00 280.00 560.00 280.00 280.00 278.95 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 350.00 306.25

78177 78177 78177 78177 78178 78178 78178 78179 78179 78179 78179 78180 78180 78180 78180 78180 78181 78181 78182 78182 78182 78182 78182 78182 78182 78182 78182 78182 78183 78183 78183 78183 78184 78184 78184 78184 78184 78184 78184 78185 78186 78186 78186 78187 78187 78188 78188 78188 78188 78189 78189 78189 78189 78189 78189 78190 78190 78190 78190 78190 78190 78190 78190

EVELYN TOLENTINO EVELYN TOLENTINO EVELYN TOLENTINO EVELYN TOLENTINO GEORGINA GRAY-HORSLEY GEORGINA GRAY-HORSLEY GEORGINA GRAY-HORSLEY HARRIET VALLECER RN HARRIET VALLECER RN HARRIET VALLECER RN HARRIET VALLECER RN ILLIENE CHARLES, RN ILLIENE CHARLES, RN ILLIENE CHARLES, RN ILLIENE CHARLES, RN ILLIENE CHARLES, RN JESSY JACOB JESSY JACOB LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA LOUISE R. MACCHIA MADUKWE IMO IBOKO, RN MADUKWE IMO IBOKO, RN MADUKWE IMO IBOKO, RN MADUKWE IMO IBOKO, RN MA. LIZA IMPERIAL MA. LIZA IMPERIAL MA. LIZA IMPERIAL MA. LIZA IMPERIAL MA. LIZA IMPERIAL MA. LIZA IMPERIAL MA. LIZA IMPERIAL MARIA CAMPOS MARIA CARMELITA OBLINA MARIA CARMELITA OBLINA MARIA CARMELITA OBLINA MARTHA YAGHI MARTHA YAGHI MELOJANE CELESTINO MELOJANE CELESTINO MELOJANE CELESTINO MELOJANE CELESTINO MICHELLE CAPILI MICHELLE CAPILI MICHELLE CAPILI MICHELLE CAPILI MICHELLE CAPILI MICHELLE CAPILI MIRLENE ESTRIPLET MIRLENE ESTRIPLET MIRLENE ESTRIPLET MIRLENE ESTRIPLET MIRLENE ESTRIPLET MIRLENE ESTRIPLET MIRLENE ESTRIPLET MIRLENE ESTRIPLET

RN,4/28/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,5/5/2013 RN,5/10/2013 LPN,4/28/2013 LPN,5/4/2013 LPN,5/11/2013 RN,5/2/2013 RN,5/3/2013 RN,5/9/2013 RN,5/10/2013 RN,4/29/2013 RN,4/30/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,5/6/2013 RN,5/9/2013 LPN,5/3/2013 LPN,5/8/2013 RN,4/28/2013 RN,4/29/2013 RN,5/1/2013 RN,5/2/2013 RN,5/3/2013 RN,5/6/2013 RN,5/7/2013 RN,5/8/2013 RN,5/9/2013 RN,5/10/2013 RN,4/28/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,5/5/2013 RN,5/11/2013 RN,4/29/2013 RN,4/30/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,5/6/2013 RN,5/7/2013 RN,5/9/2013 RN,5/11/2013 RN,4/28/2013 LPN,5/4/2013 LPN,5/5/2013 LPN,5/11/2013 RN,4/30/2013 RN,5/2/2013 RN,4/29/2013 RN,5/1/2013 RN,5/6/2013 RN,5/7/2013 RN,4/28/2013 RN,4/30/2013 RN,5/2/2013 RN,5/3/2013 RN,5/8/2013 RN,5/11/2013 RN,4/28/2013 RN,4/29/2013 RN,4/30/2013 RN,5/1/2013 RN,5/3/2013 RN,5/7/2013 RN,5/8/2013 RN,5/9/2013

280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 448.00 224.00 462.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 210.00 210.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 560.00 560.00 560.00 560.00 559.65 560.00 280.00 550.20 277.90 280.00 560.00 280.00 224.00 238.00 448.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 560.00 280.00 560.00 280.00 280.00

78190 MIRLENE ESTRIPLET 78190 MIRLENE ESTRIPLET 78191 ROSE DUMAPIT 78191 ROSE DUMAPIT 78191 ROSE DUMAPIT 78192 ROSEMARY BATANE COBCOBO 78192 ROSEMARY BATANE COBCOBO 78192 ROSEMARY BATANE COBCOBO 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78193 SUZIE COLLIN 78194 TOYELLA E GIBSON 78195 VIVIAN BLANDURA 78195 VIVIAN BLANDURA 01-201-27-350100-013 TEMPORARY HELP - PER DIEM NURSES 77997 AEQUOR HEALTHCARE 77998 AEQUOR HEALTHCARE 78000 BARON HR HEALTHCARE LLC 78001 BARON HR HEALTHCARE LLC 01-201-27-350100-016 OUTSIDE SALARIES & WAGES 78026 PREMIER HEALTHCARE CONSULTATION FEE 78022 OPTIMUS EMR, INC. ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING

RN,5/10/2013 RN,5/11/2013 RN,4/28/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,5/11/2013 RN,5/2/2013 RN,5/10/2013 RN,5/11/2013 RN,4/29/2013 RN,4/30/2013 RN,5/1/2013 RN,5/2/2013 RN,5/3/2013 RN,5/6/2013 RN,5/7/2013 RN,5/8/2013 RN,5/9/2013 RN,5/10/2013 RN,5/4/2013 RN,4/28/2013 RN,5/5/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Agency Agency Agency Agency Nursing on 4/14/2013 Nursing on 4/27/2013 Nursing, 4/9 thru 4/13/2013 Nursing, 4/14 thru 4/17/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

280.00 280.00 560.00 280.00 268.45 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 280.00 38,821.16 316.00 316.00 1,212.10 920.67 2,764.77 66,998.85 66,998.85 1,336.32 1,336.32 121.75 2,343.70 2,465.45 112.12 112.12 175.48 4,327.92 27.23 4,530.63 553.84 108.43 2,690.94 3,353.21 71.00 4,510.40 4,887.44 4,452.32 4,356.87 4,814.80 4,880.50 27,973.33 ============ 148,355.84

01-201-27-350100-035

Facility Administration,May~2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1020,May~2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Flowers for Nurse's Appreciation Week,5/ 00371625-03,4/16/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT MV/ADMINISTRATION MV/ADMINISTRATION 973 984-0357 078 33Y,4/22 thru 5/21/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT CTMORR,4/10/2013 CTMORR,4/10/2013 90136075916,4/14/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Duplicate Keys,4/2/2013 573-1134-00,3/7/2013 573-1134-00,3/14/2013 573-1134-00,3/21/2013 573-1134-00,3/28/2013 573-1134-00,4/4/2013 573-1134-00,4/11/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

01-201-27-350100-040

77994 MARY RAYMOND 78025 POSITIVE PROMOTIONS, INC. 01-201-27-350100-046 GENERAL STORES 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL

01-201-27-350100-068

78097 AT&T 78099 VERIZON 78054 VERIZON 01-201-27-350100-146 TELEPHONE 78052 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 78052 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 78021 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. 01-201-27-350100-164 OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL 78019 KURT'S LOCKSMITH SERVICE, 78053 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 78053 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 78053 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 78053 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 78053 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 78053 U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, 01-201-27-350100-266 SAFETY ITEMS LLC INC. INC. INC. INC. INC. INC.

TOTAL for MV:Administration

MV:Building Services 01-201-27-350110-044 78036 SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION EQUIPMENT SERVICE AGREEMENTS 5000013604,May~2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Reg.#1422-00116-004,2013~2014, Elevator# Reg.#1422-00116-003,2013~2014,Elevator#3 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 508-579,April~2013 508-584,April~2013 66 472 055 00,April~2013 65 858 068 08,April~2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 20-999918709,3/13 thru 4/10/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 3066,2/21/2013 806843231,3/12/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Repair Dishwasher Motor in Dietary,3/28/ 1029723,3/18/2013 806843231,3/19/2013 806843231,2/21/2013 806843231,2/21/2013 806843231,3/06/2013 276829,4/18/2013 276829,4/22/2013 276829,4/15/2013 11177,3/19/2013 11177,3/19/2013 13518,4/3/2013 Repair to 2-D Entrance Door,3/12/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 2,334.14 2,334.14 1,472.00 1,512.00 2,984.00 19,730.01 2,652.19 689.32 4,239.18 27,310.70 5,001.85 5,001.85 33.00 179.28 212.28 781.00 508.27 51.00 67.54 90.64 273.70 1,306.80 214.69 285.44 258.72 265.99 852.26 270.00 5,226.05 ============ 43,069.02

76597 TREASURER-STATE OF NEW JERSEY 76597 TREASURER-STATE OF NEW JERSEY 01-201-27-350110-102 STATE MANDATED COSTS 78196 WOODRUFF ENERGY 78196 WOODRUFF ENERGY 78030 PSE&G CO 78031 PSE&G CO 01-201-27-350110-141 NATURAL GAS 78041 SOUTHEAST MORRIS COUNTY WATER

01-201-27-350110-147

76599 UNIVERSAL SUPPLY GROUP, INC. 76604 GRAINGER 01-201-27-350110-204 PLANT OPERATION 78045 SPEEDWELL ELECTRIC MOTORS 76606 UNITED REFRIGERATION INC 76604 GRAINGER 76604 GRAINGER 76604 GRAINGER 76604 GRAINGER 78017 J.A. SEXAUER 78017 J.A. SEXAUER 78017 J.A. SEXAUER 76587 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 76587 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 78020 MARIDO SERVICES INC. 76602 R.D. SALES DOOR & HARDWARE LLC 01-201-27-350110-262 MACHINERY REPAIRS & PARTS

TOTAL for MV:Building Services

MV:Dietary 78048 STAR LEDGER 78048 STAR LEDGER 01-201-27-350115-186 COFFEE / GIFT SHOP 77996 ACME AMERICAN REPAIRS INC. MACHINERY REPAIRS & PARTS Paper Delivery for w/e 4/27/2013 Paper Delivery for w/e 5/4/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 0118615,4/17/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 24-007-900,December~2012 24-007-900,December~2012 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 50.96 52.33 103.29 611.87 611.87 3,514.05 783.23 4,297.28 ============ 5,012.44

01-201-27-350115-262

76598 STATE OF NJ 76598 STATE OF NJ 01-203-27-350115-185 (2012) FOOD

TOTAL for MV:Dietary

MV:Laundry 78034 READY SUPPLY 78034 READY SUPPLY 01-201-27-350125-182 DIAPERS B06Q,4/25/2013 B06Q,4/3/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 2,960.00 394.40 3,354.40

TOTAL for MV:Laundry

============ 3,354.40

MV:Nursing 78055 VISITING DENTAL ASSOCIATES PC 78016 JAMES H WOLF 78026 PREMIER HEALTHCARE 01-201-27-350130-036 CONTRACTED SERVICES 78010 DERMA RITE INDUSTRIES LLC 78010 DERMA RITE INDUSTRIES LLC 78014 GULF SOUTH MEDICAL SUPPLY INC 78018 JML MEDICAL INC. 01-201-27-350130-046 GENERAL STORES 78012 DISCOVER RX 78013 DISCOVER RX 01-201-27-350130-171 LEGEND DRUGS (PRESCRIPTION) 78012 DISCOVER RX 78013 DISCOVER RX 01-201-27-350130-172 NON-LEGEND DRUGS (OTC) 77991 BARBARA A GIBSON 77992 CAROL P MOORE CARVAN 77995 PAMELA SPENCER 01-201-27-350130-191 NURSING 78011 DIRECT SUPPLY INC EQUIPMENT SWEETSER,4/19/2013 Medical Director,4/25 ~ 5/6/2013 Nursing for Admissions,May~2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT MORRIV,4/8/2013 MORRIV,4/4/2013 1225058,4/18/2013 5MOC02,4/20/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 5438,Medicare for March~2013 5438,Medicare for April,2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 5438,IV Stock Supply for March,2013 5438,IV Stock Supply for April,2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT CNA Re-Certification,4/25/2013 CNA Re-Certification,4/23/2013 CNA Re-Certification,4/24/0213 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 29406,PVC Emergency Cart TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Transport,3/8/2013 Transport,3/8/2013 Transport,3/11/2013 Transport,3/12/2013 Transport,3/13/2013 Transport,3/13/2013 Transport,3/13/2013 Transport,3/18/2013 Transport, 3/18/2013 Transport,2/26/2013 Transport,2/28/2013 Transport,2/27/2013 Transport,3/1/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT M8049,December~2012 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 997.50 1,480.00 9,916.66 12,394.16 51.00 1,860.00 200.18 2,195.90 4,307.08 36,479.70 58,364.96 94,844.66 3,517.08 3,998.97 7,516.05 30.00 30.00 30.00 90.00 371.03 371.03 106.00 106.00 154.00 106.00 100.00 118.00 434.00 154.00 118.00 422.00 130.00 410.00 106.00 2,464.00 1,849.27 1,849.27 ============ 123,836.25

01-201-27-350130-258

76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 76607 ON TIME TRANSPORT INC. 01-201-27-350130-340 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 76595 BIO- REFERENCE LABORATORIES (2012) LABORATORY SERVICES

01-203-27-350130-049

TOTAL for MV:Nursing

MV:Recreation/Volunteer Svc 77993 77993 75357 78038 78042 78042 78042 78023

KAREN HOGAN KAREN HOGAN S & S WORLDWIDE INC. SONGS FOR YOU SPECIAL K HEALTH & FITNESS SPECIAL K HEALTH & FITNESS SPECIAL K HEALTH & FITNESS AFI FOODSERVICE DISTRIBUTORS

Volunteer Uniforms/Aprons Resident Activity Calendar Enlargements 10100263,2/26/2013 Cinco D'Mayo Party,5/6/2013 Stretching w/Kerry on Atrium,4/10/2013 Stretching w/Kerry on 1D,4/17/2013 Stretching w/Kerry on Atrium,4/30/2013 185674,5/6/2013

50.22 36.24 103.49 150.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 166.59

77999 ARTISTIC AQUARIA INC 78002 BRUSHSTROKES 78009 DENNIS GRAU 78009 DENNIS GRAU 76603 ORIENTAL TRADING COMPANY INC. 01-201-27-350135-194 PATIENT ACTIVITIES

Maintenance for Fish Tanks,April~2013 Art Appreciation on 4/24/2013 Music Therapy-2D,4/25/2013 Music Therapy-2D,5/1/2013 19407861,3/14/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

566.99 135.00 150.00 150.00 84.00 1,892.53 ============ 1,892.53

TOTAL for MV:Recreation/Volunteer Svc

County Adjuster 01-201-27-357100-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 158.34 158.34 ============ 158.34

TOTAL for County Adjuster

Dental Clinic 77649 ROBERT A. CHARMOY, DMD PA Zackary Fisher 4/25/13 77795 WILLIAM J. BARON, DMD. MORRIS COUNTY DENTAL PROGRAM - APRIL 201 01-201-27-365100-095 DENTAL CLINIC OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPL TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 60.00 90.00 150.00 ============ 150.00

TOTAL for Dental Clinic

County Library 76504 THE GARDEN CONSERVANCY 76507 LEXIS NEXIS 77089 CENTER POINT PUBLISHING 77092 CPC INC 76533 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 76533 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 76516 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 76534 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 76534 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 76534 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77745 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77127 NJICLE 76508 NEWSBANK INC 75944 R.R. BOWKER LLC 01-201-29-390100-028 BOOKS & PERIODICALS 76513 W.B. MASON COMPANY INC OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 2013 Open Days Directory 150KMG dated 03/31/13 XCP13-4 dated 04/020/13 M020670001 dated 04/01/13 1000689797 dated 02/04/13 1000689797 USCA T42 Delivery#0406828061 1003308031 dated 04/01/13 1000689797 dated 03/04/13 1000689797 NJ Practice V1-2A 1000689797 NJ Practice V38, V39 & V39A 20C0083 dated 04/03/13 20C0083 dated 04/04/13 20C0083 dated 04/18/13; Split Object Cod 20C0083 dated 04/18/13 20C0083 dated 04/18/13 20C0083 dated 04/19/13 20C0083 dated 04/22/13 20C0083 dated 04/25/13 20C0083 dated 04/10/13 20C0083 dated 04/11/13 20C0083 dated 04/11/13 20C0083 dated 04/11/13 20C0083 dated 04/12/13 20C0083 dated 04/12/13 20C0083 dated 04/15/13 20C0083 dated 04/16/13 100353 dated 03/22/13 24737 dated 04/04/13 157768 dated 03/20/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT C1033751 dated 04/03/13; Order#S01082482 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 16.95 174.00 95.76 950.00 1,585.80 -750.00 682.35 1,121.70 -97.50 -189.00 23.36 25.78 122.82 723.69 82.02 144.64 250.99 11.99 801.55 81.86 115.05 11.90 16.86 25.94 1,235.72 89.32 336.00 5,550.00 2,895.00 16,134.55 697.21 697.21

01-201-29-390100-058

76511 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 76511 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 77132 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS 01-201-29-390100-068 POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77131 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 77131 TRITEC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 01-201-29-390100-069 PRINTING 77752 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 77126 MIDWEST TAPE LLC 77126 MIDWEST TAPE LLC 75955 RECORDED BOOKS LLC 75955 RECORDED BOOKS LLC 01-201-29-390100-083 VIDEO & FILM MATERIALS 76509 OCLC ONLINE COMPUTER 76509 OCLC ONLINE COMPUTER 01-201-29-390100-084 OTHER OUTSIDE SERVICES 76513 W.B. MASON COMPANY INC 76506 DEMCO 01-201-29-390100-095 OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES 76529 76529 76529 76529 76529 76529 76533 76533 76533 76533 76533 76533 76533 76533 76533 76533 76533 76531 76531 76531 76531 76531 76531 76531 76531 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76530 76527 WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER

708309 dated 708309 dated 708309 dated 1ST HALF MAY

04/06/13 04/13/13 04/20/13 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

18.94 9.14 16.15 805.75 849.98 107.66 8.54 116.20 657.35 707.32 291.27 379.20 20.85 2,055.99 1,916.03 1,600.87 3,516.90 864.28 32.80 897.08 1,861.75 -60.75 -60.75 -825.00 -151.50 -73.50 1,511.50 -409.00 -118.50 -120.00 -60.00 -87.00 -302.00 -37.50 -81.00 -37.50 -259.00 906.80 -60.00 -117.00 -37.50 -153.50 -73.50 -151.50 -255.00 2,741.70 -32.00 -32.00 -132.00 -199.00 -147.50 -391.00 -237.00 -657.50 -355.00 -121.00 -162.50 829.00

CTMORR W502LA00020 ID#5988 (Tech Svc)dat CTMORR W502LA00014 ID#5987 (Ref)dated 03 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 20C0083 dated 04/18/13; Split Object Cod 2000001145 dated 03/29/13 2000001145 dated 04/05/13 91165 dated 03/25/13 91165 dated 03/25/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 01OCLC2051 dated 03/31/13 NWM Morris Cnt 01OCLC2051 dated 03/31/13 XTM M.A.I.N. N TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT C1033751 dated 04/01/13; Order#S01074115 290190055 dated 04/10/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 1000689797 dated 10/04/12 NJ Practice V46A NJ Practice V46 USCA T42 (11 books) NJ Practice V55 NJ Reports V210 dated 01/04/13 NJ Practice Index 1-I & J-Z NJ Practice V2E NJ Practice V48 NJ Practice V17 & V17A NJ Practice V27, V28 & V28A Hedge Funds NJ Practice V47 NJ Practice V10, V11 & V12 NJ Practice V40 NJ Practice V45 & V45A dated 12/04/12 NJ Practice V24 & V25 NJ Practice V41 NJ Practice V42 NJ Practice V43 & V43A New Jersey Reports V211 NJ Summary Judgement & Relate NJ Practice V49 & V50 dated 11/04/12 NJ Practice V36 NJ Practice V18 Durable Powers of Attornty NJ Practice V26 NJ Practice V52 NJ Practice V29-30B NJ Practice V13-31C Family Estate Planning NJ Practice V31 & V32 Foreign Investment NJ Practice V51 dated 09/04/12

76517 WEST 76517 WEST 76517 WEST 76517 WEST 76517 WEST 01-203-29-390100-028 (2012)

PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT BOOKS &

CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER PERIODICALS

1003308031 1003308031 1003308031 1003308031 1003308031

Credit Memo for July 1 - July Credit Memo for Aug 1 - Aug 3 Credit Memo for Sept 1 - Sept Credit Memo for Oct 1 - Oct 3 Dec 1 - Dec 31,2012 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

-156.56 -156.56 -257.01 -16.58 682.35 1,948.89 ============ 26,216.80

TOTAL for County Library

County Superintendent of Schoo 78100 ELEANOR JAICK 01-201-29-392100-039 EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING 76152 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76152 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 01-201-29-392100-058 OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 76431 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL

REIMBURSEMENT FOR REFRESHMENTS FOR MEETI TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT ACCT#1032173 SUPPLIES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 7629689-036 PAYMENT/INSTALLMENT DUES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

35.78 35.78 180.82 13.13 193.95 77.62 77.62 942.18 942.18 ============ 1,249.53

01-201-29-392100-068

01-201-29-392100-164

TOTAL for County Superintendent of Schoo

Contribution to County College 78247 COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS 01-201-29-395100-090 EXPENDITURES

2ND HALF 5/13 OPERATING BUDGET TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

568,256.75 568,256.75 ============ 568,256.75

TOTAL for Contribution to County College

Rutgers Extension Service 01-201-29-396100-068 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 77437 DEER PARK OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 0434680872 3-23-13-4-22-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 34.36 34.36 25.24 25.24 ============ 59.60

01-201-29-396100-095

TOTAL for Rutgers Extension Service

Fire and Police Academy 01-201-29-407100-039 77751 NJ STATE ASSO. OF CHIEFS POLICE EDUCATION SCHOOLS & TRAINING Conference Registration TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Maintenance Agreement Range Service Contract INV DATED 2/25/ Yearly Warranty TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Tipping Fees TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 150.00 150.00 33,246.00 7,980.00 3,800.00 45,026.00 117.00 117.00 392.59 392.59

76619 KIDDE FIRE TRAINERS, INC. 76588 MEGGIT TRAINING SYSTEMS INC. 76446 MEGGIT TRAINING SYSTEMS INC. 01-201-29-407100-044 EQUIPMENT SERVICE AGREEMENTS 78317 COUNTY OF MORRIS POSTAGE & METERED MAIL 76911 M.C. MUA RUBBISH & TRASH REMOVAL

01-201-29-407100-068

01-201-29-407100-143

01-201-29-407100-164

76277 KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. OFFICE MACHINES - RENTAL

Quarterly Payment TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Service Call Flexible Coupling Shipping Gear Motor Assembly Shipping/Handling TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Wood Dowel Wood Dowel Lights Screws Zinc Nuts Machine Screws Machine Screws TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Sheetrock 3/4" OSB Treated Plywood Tripod Lamps TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

851.97 851.97 99.95 85.38 10.00 1,377.48 9.55 1,582.36 4.74 5.94 10.77 38.98 3.79 10.49 10.49 85.20 243.75 395.88 59.88 159.98 859.49 ============ 49,064.61

77498 SUBURBAN PROPANE -2347 77497 MEGGIT TRAINING SYSTEMS 77497 MEGGIT TRAINING SYSTEMS 76278 MEGGIT TRAINING SYSTEMS 76278 MEGGIT TRAINING SYSTEMS 01-201-29-407100-223 BUILDING REPAIRS 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 01-201-29-407100-239 SMALL TOOLS 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 76350 MORRISTOWN 01-201-29-407100-258 EQUIPMENT LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER & & & & & & &

INC. INC. INC. INC.

LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER

& & & &

TOTAL for Fire and Police Academy

Utilities 01-201-31-430100-136 77284 NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. DIESEL FUEL 5072.0 GAL. DIESEL FUEL FOR THE HILL TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 8496-0 Rt 23 & Decker Ave 8495-1 Rt 23 Traffic Light 8495-0 Rt 23 So Light Pole 144 20-00-00-0539-3-0 4/30/2013 10-00-89-1397-3-5 4/30/2013 10-00-89-1397-3-5 4/30/2013 Credit Balan 20-00-00-0528-1-7 MASTER ACCOUNT / MORRI 20 00 00 0538 4 9 -MASTER ACCOUNT#/ REMO 20 00 00 0537 8 1 - MASTER ACCT - HILL/ REVERSED INVOICE CREDIT(S) 10-00-64-2465-3-9 dated 4/25/2013 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FUEL CHARGES 4/13 ACCT #0431-00-448418-4 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Propane Transportation Safety P&T Fee Propane Transportation Safety P&T Fee Propane Transportation Safety P&T Fee 1317 - SUMMARY GROUP #/ MORRIS COUNTY (6 06-1126-4174-12 RE: WHARTON OFF/ 04-04-1 22-0009-8231-77 RE: WHARTON BRIDGE GEN/ 06-1126-4370-18 RE: WHARTON ROADS/ 04-04 15,508.65 15,508.65 66.70 97.38 128.82 604.18 50.17 -37.21 517.27 3,378.10 63,162.64 -29,697.95 37.53 38,307.63 51,527.59 115.62 51,643.21 2,434.13 1.35 9.62 1,172.81 1.35 9.62 2,877.13 1.35 9.62 1,198.78 78.25 13.03 260.93

78067 BOROUGH OF BUTLER 78067 BOROUGH OF BUTLER 78067 BOROUGH OF BUTLER 78075 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 78078 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 78078 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 77934 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 77935 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 77936 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 77936 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 77809 JERSEY CENTRAL POWER 01-201-31-430100-137 ELECTRICITY

& & & & & & & &

LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT

78208 NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. 77681 FLEET SERVICES 01-201-31-430100-140 GAS PURCHASES 76274 76274 76274 76274 76274 76274 76910 76910 76910 78024 78004 78007 78006 SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE SUBURBAN PROPANE HESS CORPORATION N.J. NATURAL GAS N.J. NATURAL GAS N.J. NATURAL GAS -2347 -2347 -2347 -2347 -2347 -2347 -2347 -2347 -2347 COMPANY COMPANY COMPANY

78005 N.J. NATURAL GAS COMPANY 78008 N.J. NATURAL GAS COMPANY 78027 HESS CORPORATION 01-201-31-430100-141 NATURAL GAS 77911 TAX 77911 TAX 77911 TAX 77911 TAX 77911 TAX 77911 TAX 77911 TAX 01-201-31-430100-144 SEWER COLLECTOR COLLECTOR COLLECTOR COLLECTOR COLLECTOR COLLECTOR COLLECTOR

06-1126-4355-14 RE: WHARTON BRIDGES / 04 12-1157-4515-09 RE: DOVER PROBATION/ 041316 - SUMMARY GROUP #/ MORRIS COUNTY (6 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 502-0 / A & R BLDG 2083-0 / COURTHOUSE 513-0 / 8 COURT ST 2593-0 / SCHUYLER 512-0 / 6 COURT ST 3688-0 / W & M 5537-0 / CORRECTION FACILITY TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 700248693 2-1-13-2-28-13 UTILITIES-TELEPHONE COUNTY WIDE 486023883-00001 3-22-13-4-21 973 292-0327 155 30Y 4/07/13 Istallation of Telephone lines UTILITIES-TELEPHONE Account 602217 acct # 309973303 5/19 908-138-1000-027 T 201 V63-2073 999 44Y 04/01/13 201 Z43-6526 999 90Y 04/01/13 973 267-2255 164 81Y 4/19/13 973 267-4026 874 69Y 4/19/13 Bill Payer ID Y2206770 973 328-3165 445 58Y, 4/4/13, 4/4-5/3/13 973 829-0312 882 15Y, 4/4/13, 4/4-5/3/13 973 299-6835 828 04Y, 4/10/13, 4/10-5/9/ 973 584-2050 195 53Y, 4/11/13, 4/11-5/10 973 644-3258 153 04y, 4/13/13, (4/13-5/1 973-539-7933 842 07Y, 4/16/13, (4/16-5/1 201 V03-1289 703 57Y, 4/16/13, (4/16-5/1 201 V03-1541 818 53Y, 4/16/13, (4/16-5/1 201 V03-7261 127 66Y 4/16/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Administrator's Office Telephone System TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

458.62 133.85 29,525.06 38,185.50 4,245.12 5,903.04 126.75 1,742.40 126.75 127.48 45,006.72 57,278.26 369.51 1,297.66 5,191.81 30.01 6,850.00 28,550.56 55.24 1,785.33 4,517.95 10,493.26 43.16 76.19 5,857.22 30.95 64.83 30.94 27.08 144.77 27.23 210.14 200.95 10,305.75 76,160.54 2,880.00 2,880.00 ============ 279,963.79

75857 SPRINT-NEXTEL 78097 AT&T 78095 VERIZON WIRELESS 76916 VERIZON 72410 VERIZON 78099 VERIZON 75864 COPPER SERVICES 77559 CENTURYLINK 76948 VERIZON 76950 VERIZON 77453 VERIZON 77461 VERIZON 76949 VERIZON BUSINESS 77144 VERIZON 77144 VERIZON 77144 VERIZON 77144 VERIZON 77144 VERIZON 77144 VERIZON 77146 VERIZON 77146 VERIZON 77147 VERIZON 01-201-31-430100-146 TELEPHONE 75851 JOHNSTON COMMUNICATIONS (2012) TELEPHONE

01-203-31-430100-146

TOTAL for Utilities

Nutrition 77874 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO 77874 ALLEN PAPER & SUPPLY CO 77344 TOWN OF DOVER 01-201-41-716100-059 OTHER GENERAL EXPENSES 77852 SPRUCE INDUSTRIES, INC. 77852 SPRUCE INDUSTRIES, INC. 77852 SPRUCE INDUSTRIES, INC. 77853 PABCO INDUSTRIES, LLC 01-201-41-716100-098 OTHER OPERATING&REPAIR SUPPLY 78208 NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. GAS PURCHASES 77343 SODEXO INC & AFFILIATES 77343 SODEXO INC & AFFILIATES 77343 SODEXO INC & AFFILIATES Brillo Hotel Size Mop Super Loop Med Blue Food and License for Dover Nutrition Sit TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Cases of Paper Towels Case toilet tissue. Fuel Surcharge Cases Virgin Material/Trash can liners. TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT FUEL CHARGES 4/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT Daily Meals: for 3/02/12-4/5/13 Weekend Meals Frozen Meals 38.12 25.62 50.00 113.74 840.00 120.20 5.75 1,277.50 2,243.45 3,395.91 3,395.91 205,395.20 10,180.00 7,372.00

01-201-41-716100-140

77343 SODEXO 77343 SODEXO 77343 SODEXO 77343 SODEXO 01-201-41-716100-185 FOOD

INC INC INC INC

& & & &

AFFILIATES AFFILIATES AFFILIATES AFFILIATES

Boxed Meals Kosher Meals Coffee Other TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

24,158.50 176.04 1,026.09 13,978.39 262,286.22 ============ 268,039.32

TOTAL for Nutrition

Area Plan Grant 77865 CFCS - HOPE 77864 CFCS - HOPE 77863 CFCS - HOPE 77862 CFCS - HOPE 01-201-41-716110-090 EXPENDITURES HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE HOUSE Fix-It 13-14-051 Period 2/1/1 Fix-It 13-14-051 Period 1/1/1 OAA Chore 13-14-051 Period 2/1/ OAA Chore 13-14-051 Period 1/1/ TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 992.00 1,344.00 1,060.00 1,175.00 4,571.00 ============ 4,571.00

TOTAL for Area Plan Grant

ALPN 01-201-41-759000-063 77340 EMPLOYMENT HORIZONS, INC. ALPN PEER GROUPING SE PG1304 PERIOD 1/1/1 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 19,252.00 19,252.00 ============ 19,252.00

TOTAL for ALPN

Grant Fund Bio-Terrorism Grant 77892 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE Invoice date 4/26/13 Customer NYC 105418 77886 CABLEVISION 07876 616465 01 8 Billing period 5/1/201 78095 VERIZON WIRELESS L&PS/HEALTH MANAGEMENT-GRANT 78303 COUNTY OF MORRIS 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM 02-213-41-718305-391 PUBLIC HEALTH EMER GRANT(8/10/12-6/30/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 26.56 166.27 340.61 72.30 605.74 ============ 605.74

TOTAL for Bio-Terrorism Grant

TANF 77879 78132 76785 76770 76978 76970 76972 76971 77473 77474 77487 76763 76786 77620 76637 76764 77478 77478 SOPHIE WESTFIELD STATE SHUTTLE INC STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON MANPOWER MANPOWER MANPOWER MANPOWER MANPOWER PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY Meeting in Sussex One-Stop & return trip 4/1/2013-4/05/2013 25.06 2,263.96 51.07 43.68 42.74 43.37 40.32 42.74 16.87 2.36 6.95 330.93 464.01 3,582.42 449.15 443.60 435.00 435.00

908859322014327Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 973644953617055Y 4-13-13-5-12-13 973328193582697Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 Bobbi White; W/E 3/31/2013 Bobbi White; W/E 4/14/13. February 2013 Class Bobbi White; W/E 3/10/13 Bobbi White; W/E 4/7/13 Vincent Boyer April Montanye

77478 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77479 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77479 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77486 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 76818 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76952 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76974 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76974 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76974 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76974 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76974 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76779 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76780 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76781 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 02-213-41-741015-392 TANF STATE SHARE

Kathleen Riviera Vincent Boyer Melissa Hardick First Quarter Reimbursable expenses - Ja

Erin Darvalics; W/E 3/10/2013 W/E 3/17/2013 W/E 3/24/2013 W/E 3/31/2013 W/E 4/7/2013

435.00 200.00 200.00 8,083.74 50.90 47.47 730.80 913.50 913.50 730.80 182.70 52.03 50.90 51.65 21,362.22 ============ 21,362.22

TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

TOTAL for TANF

General Assistance 78132 STATE SHUTTLE INC 76785 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 76770 TELESEARCH INC 76978 TELESEARCH INC 76970 TELESEARCH INC 76972 TELESEARCH INC 76971 TELESEARCH INC 77473 VERIZON 77474 VERIZON 77487 VERIZON 76763 MANPOWER 76786 MANPOWER 76786 MANPOWER 77620 MANPOWER 76637 MANPOWER 76764 MANPOWER 77486 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 76818 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76952 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76779 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76780 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76781 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 02-213-41-741020-392 GENERAL ASSISTANCE STATE SHARE 566.01 38.30 32.76 32.06 32.53 30.24 32.06 12.65 1.77 5.21 819.42 781.38 452.88 1,194.14 1,012.90 1,012.90 6,098.26 38.17 35.60 39.02 38.17 38.74 12,345.17 ============ 12,345.17

908859322014327Y 973644953617055Y 973328193582697Y Barry Laird; W/E Barry Laird; W/E Max Portero; W/E

4-4-13-5-3-13 4-13-13-5-12-13 4-4-13-5-3-13 3/31/2013 4/14/13. 4/14/13.

Barry Laird; W/E 3/10/13 Barry Laird; W/E 4/7/13

TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

TOTAL for General Assistance

WIA: Adult 77877 77560 77466 77481 76785 77563 77949 77906 76770 76978 76970 76972 76971 LORI L. KINTNER VIRGINIA DAVIS AVTECH INSTITUTE AVTECH INSTITUTE STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE ACADEMY OR ALLIED HEALTH ASSOCIATED EYE PHYSICIANS AVTECH INSTITUTE TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC Lori Kintner; April 18, 19 & 25th, 2013. Deborah Peirson Barbara Czarnecka Nakia Brydie Nicholas D'Agostino; Dates: 1/3/13 to 2/ Jesse Kimball 25.83 5.82 1,008.00 1,120.00 114.90 1,344.00 3,999.99 533.34 98.28 96.17 97.58 90.72 96.17

77473 VERIZON 77474 VERIZON 77487 VERIZON 77566 WARREN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLL. 77663 WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY 77442 JERSEY TRACTOR-TRAILER 77488 JERSEY TRACTOR-TRAILER 77464 JERSEY TRACTOR-TRAILER 78303 COUNTY OF MORRIS 76818 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76952 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76779 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76780 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76781 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 77458 RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NJ 02-213-41-742005-391 WIA: ADULT FEDERAL SHARE

908859322014327Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 973644953617055Y 4-13-13-5-12-13 973328193582697Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 Meghan Brown Ann Marie Megale Damien Pallitto Hacene Merebet Dominic Montal 1ST HALF MAY 2013 MM

Joseph Carabillo TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

37.95 5.31 15.63 3,200.00 1,900.00 3,200.00 800.00 3,200.00 185.56 114.51 106.81 117.06 114.51 116.21 1,874.81 23,619.16 ============ 23,619.16

TOTAL for WIA: Adult

WIA: Disclocated Worker 77880 77880 77548 77560 77451 77446 76785 76784 77482 77483 77485 77456 77882 77890 76770 76978 76970 76972 76971 77475 77607 77883 77473 77474 77487 77565 77608 77610 77616 77463 77477 77885 77884 77441 77568 77569 77440 77469 77470 77443 77444 PATRICIA MAGEE PATRICIA MAGEE JOAN STREHL VIRGINIA DAVIS AMERICAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SMITH & SOLOMON STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE AVTECH INSTITUTE AVTECH INSTITUTE AVTECH INSTITUTE AVTECH INSTITUTE SMITH & SOLOMON AVTECH INSTITUTE TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC LINCOLN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE CUTTING EDGE ACADEMY CUTTING EDGE ACADEMY VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON WARREN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLL. WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY DOVER BUSINESS COLLEGE DOVER BUSINESS COLLEGE FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE TRANING LLC GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE TRANING LLC INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY Legal Notice Morristown to Westhampton & return. March 6th - April 17th. Morristown to Middlesex and back. Robert Olsen Bruno Parente Office supplies. Att Corded Spkr Phone w/tad for ETS. Stephen Fleming Stephen Reade Diane Thomas Suzanne Berliner-Korn Brian Daly Robert Cass Jason Duccini; W/E 4/7/2013 Jason Duccini; W/E 4/14/2013. Jason Duccini; W/E 3/17/2013. Jason Duccini; W/E 3/31/2013 Jason Duccini; W/E 3/24/13 Randolph Velasco Daniel Pierson Daniel Pierson 908859322014327Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 973644953617055Y 4-13-13-5-12-13 973328193582697Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 Asha Peteron Diane Brunda Jerilyn Herbert Sharon Kweit Jessica Arancebia Donna Bergmann Cherra Gallagher Joleen Shuda Denise Zangoglia Lisa Casciaro-Goeckel Yana Kimelblat Yana Kimelblat Anthony Vassallo Roger Rowan David Trzepla Ana Riofrio 89.08 46.76 80.85 16.58 426.60 1,824.00 338.31 39.95 1,120.00 1,344.00 984.00 791.12 3,200.00 960.00 289.38 283.18 287.30 267.12 283.18 3,194.40 332.42 400.50 111.75 15.63 46.04 3,200.00 959.40 1,653.85 959.40 318.00 862.00 581.52 581.52 597.52 488.73 511.16 682.88 3,200.00 2,396.00 1,014.00 450.00

77445 INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY 77447 INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY 77448 INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY 77449 INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY 77450 INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY 77467 INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY 77468 INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY 77621 JERSEY TRACTOR-TRAILER 77465 JERSEY TRACTOR-TRAILER 78129 JUMBOOL DRIVING SCHOOL 77622 JERSEY TRACTOR-TRAILER 77547 NEW HORIZONS COMPUTER LEARNING 77887 PACE UNIVERSITY 76818 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76952 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76779 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76780 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76781 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 77455 RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NJ 77564 RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY 77460 RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY 77476 RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY 77567 RUTGERS OCPE 02-213-41-742010-391 WIA: DISCLOCATED WORKER FEDERAL SHARE

Francisco Piotrowski Luz Valentin Jose Alfaro Armando Quintero Francisco Franco Mario R. Porres Claudia Inza Christopher Kooyenga Paul G. Murillo-Leiva Melba Pimentel Charles Hiler William McAuliffe Lucian U. Lewin Linda Bogner; W/E 3/17/2013 Linda Bogner; W/E 3/31/2013. Linda Bogner; W/E 3/10/2013 Linda Bogner; W/E 3/24/2013 Linda Bogner; W/E 4/7/2013 Cynthia Larson Linote Versailles Thomas Metelski Teresa LeDonne Warren Perillo TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

800.00 450.00 510.00 480.00 570.00 450.00 480.00 3,200.00 3,200.00 2,340.00 3,200.00 2,502.40 560.00 337.18 314.49 344.67 337.18 342.17 876.60 2,636.00 699.00 3,200.00 3,160.00 66,217.82 ============ 66,217.82

TOTAL for WIA: Disclocated Worker

WIA: Youth 77570 77571 77573 77574 77587 77588 77589 77590 77591 77623 77625 77626 77627 77652 77576 77577 77578 77579 77580 77581 77582 77583 77584 77585 77586 76785 76770 76978 76970 76972 76971 77473 77474 PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC TELESEARCH INC VERIZON VERIZON I-Kita Miller Gigi Ondele Dylan Citro Douglas Sankowich Julie Viscito Edward Steinmann Annamaria Cuttic Nicholas Sommers Katie Gullett Mason Malone Kalie Johnson Kelly Ruta Giovanni Passalacqua Jessicalyn Wells Gage Karnis Antonio da Cruz Rhiley Imboden Kyle Knowles Sonja Pabon Stephanie Childs Nathan Piserchia Alex Omdal Kylys Nazario Derek Pierson Jared Martin 1,901.00 581.00 211.00 581.00 211.00 564.00 44.75 359.00 89.50 205.00 257.00 1,901.00 3,116.00 205.00 1,215.00 2,535.00 2,535.00 2,535.00 2,535.00 205.00 44.75 89.50 359.00 359.00 89.50 95.75 81.90 80.15 81.32 75.60 80.15 31.63 4.43

908859322014327Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 973644953617055Y 4-13-13-5-12-13

77487 VERIZON 77438 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77438 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77438 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77438 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77438 PROJECT SELF SUFFICIENCY 77897 PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED 77898 PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED 77891 PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL BASED 76818 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76952 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76779 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76780 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 76781 PRIME TIME PERSONNEL INC 02-213-41-742020-391 WIA: YOUTH FEDERAL SHARE

973328193582697Y 4-4-13-5-3-13 Samantha Rocafuerte Kayla Bross Kayla Bross - Benchmarks A & B Kaitlyn Leo Kaitlyn Leo Nicole Brennan Jessica Krapf Caitlyn Jackson

13.03 702.00 561.00 702.00 650.00 525.00 294.50 384.00 294.50 95.43 89.01 97.55 95.43 96.84 27,859.22 ============ 27,859.22

TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

TOTAL for WIA: Youth

DEPARTMENT 742135 77484 AVTECH INSTITUTE Suzanne Chadwick 77454 AVTECH INSTITUTE Qimin Wu 77457 AVTECH INSTITUTE Ethel Justine Brown 77459 AVTECH INSTITUTE Linda LaRocco 77439 AVTECH INSTITUTE Qimin Wu 77462 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF John Moliterni 76778 TELESEARCH INC Lauren Lukacs; W/E 4/7/2013 76973 TELESEARCH INC Lauren Lukacs; W/E 3/31/2013 77452 RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY Jutta Wanner 02-213-41-742135-391 WIA/NTNL EMRGNCY GRANT (10/1/10-9/30/13) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1,760.00 644.45 1,470.00 714.68 1,444.45 550.00 589.75 471.80 4,995.00 12,640.13 ============ 12,640.13

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 742135

Reach Program 02-213-41-751305-392 78132 STATE SHUTTLE INC REACH PROGRAM (7/1/12-6/30/13) 211.87 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 211.87 ============ 211.87

TOTAL for Reach Program

DEPARTMENT 754310 77398 FAMILY PROMISE OF 1042 NIGHTS OF SHELTER @ $22.00 77399 HOMELESS SOLUTIONS, INC. BED NIGHTS FOR FAMILY PROGRAM -STATE 77399 HOMELESS SOLUTIONS, INC. SINGLE INDIVIDUAL -STATE 77399 HOMELESS SOLUTIONS, INC. 535 BED NIGHTS FOR FAMILY PRG --TANF 02-213-41-754310-392 SOCIAL SRVCS FOR HMLSS(1/1/13-12/31/13) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 22,924.00 25,000.00 12,008.00 13,125.00 73,057.00 ============ 73,057.00

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 754310

Juvenile Accountability 02-213-41-756205-391 77053 M.C. JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JDC 2012 4th Q JUVENILE ACCOUNTABILITY(1/1/12-12/31/12) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 4,241.75 4,241.75 ============ 4,241.75

TOTAL for Juvenile Accountability

Chapter 51 77555 ST. CLARE'S HOSPITAL 77611 ALFRE INC. 77609 ALFRE INC. 77613 TURNING POINT, INC 77614 TURNING POINT, INC 77604 TURNING POINT, INC 77604 TURNING POINT, INC 77604 TURNING POINT, INC 77604 TURNING POINT, INC 77604 TURNING POINT, INC 77604 TURNING POINT, INC 77612 DAYTOP VILLAGE OF NJ, INC. 77612 DAYTOP VILLAGE OF NJ, INC. 77612 DAYTOP VILLAGE OF NJ, INC. 77554 FAMILY SERVICE OF MORRIS COUNTY 77572 FAMILY SERVICE OF MORRIS COUNTY 77572 FAMILY SERVICE OF MORRIS COUNTY 77618 FREEDOM HOUSE INC. 77556 MORRISTOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 77551 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC 77551 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC 77551 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC 77645 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC 77645 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC 77645 NEWBRIDGE SERVICES INC 77643 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77643 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77643 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77624 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77624 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77624 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77619 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77619 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77619 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 77552 NEW HOPE FOUNDATION INC. 02-213-41-757305-392 CHAPTER 51 (1/1/13-12/31/13) 76 Treatment days in Jan. 2013 at $204.0 Halfway House Services for 5 Morris Coun Halfway House Services for the month of Services for 2 clients in Jan 2013 SERVICES FOR 1 CLIENT IN THE MONTH OF FE Detox Services for client JF0852 for 5 d Detox Services for Client WB6289 for 5 d Detox Services for Client pt5000 for 5 d Detox Services for Client JP44251 for 3 Detox Services for Client KC1450 for 2 d Detox Services for Client JP4425 in Febr Services rendered for 9 Clients in Jan 2 Services rendered for 8 clients in Feb. Services rendered for 8 clients in March 16 Total of 16 unduplicated clients $275 Cost reimbursement 106 1st quarter Jan. Client Transportation costs SERVICES FOR 2 MEN IN MARCH 2013 Reimbursement for Morristown Mem. March Reimbursement to NewBridge Services for Reimbursement to NewBridge Services for Reimbursement to NewBridge for services REIMBURSEMENT TO NEWBRIDGE FOR SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT TO NEWBRIDGE FOR SERVICES REIMBURSMENT TO NEWBRIDGE FOR SERVICES P 101 Client bed days for 8 clients in Jan 52 Client bed days for 6 clients in Feb 100 client bed days for 10 clients in Ma 31 BED DAYS FOR 1 CLIENT IN JAN 2013 21 BED DAYS FOR 1 CLIENT IN FEB 2013 17 BED DAYS FOR 2 CLIENTS IN MARCH 7 client bed days for 2 clients in Jan d 10 client bed days for 2 clients in Feb 15 client bed days for 4 clients in Marc 2 client bed days for 1 client @ $135.00 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 15,504.00 8,550.00 7,920.00 4,557.00 294.00 1,020.00 1,020.00 1,020.00 612.00 408.00 408.00 2,496.00 2,016.00 3,648.00 4,400.00 3,890.00 420.00 3,956.00 528.00 4,686.00 4,808.75 5,891.00 4,344.00 3,296.00 3,096.00 13,635.00 7,020.00 13,500.00 1,705.00 1,155.00 935.00 1,428.00 2,040.00 3,060.00 270.00 133,536.75 ============ 133,536.75

TOTAL for Chapter 51

DEPARTMENT 758310 77746 TOWNSHIP OF RANDOLPH 77046 WHARTON BORO MUNICIPAL 77735 HANOVER TWP MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE 77045 MORRIS PLAINS MUNICIPAL ALL. 77047 PEQUANNOCK TOWNSHIP 02-213-41-758310-392 MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE (1/1/13-12/31/13) 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 Randolph Municipal Alliance Q1 Expe Wharton Municipal Alliance Q1 Expen Hanover Municipal Alliance Q1 Expen Morris Plains Municipal Alliance Q1 Pequannock Twp. Municipal Alliance TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 396.24 262.50 799.99 1,016.00 564.16 3,038.89 ============ 3,038.89

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 758310

ALPN - PASP 02-118-03-759210-392 77851 TREASURER STATE OF NEW JERSEY ALPN-PASP(1/1/12-12/31/12) 2012 PASP Funds TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 35,508.20 35,508.20 ============ 35,508.20

TOTAL for ALPN - PASP

DEPARTMENT 771310

73366 CRIME POINT Item: COSS Complete Utility box style Co 73366 CRIME POINT Shipping 02-213-41-771310-391 MULTI-JURISDC TASK FORCE(7/1/12-6/30/13) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

8,925.00 50.00 8,975.00 ============ 8,975.00

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 771310

Safe Communities Construction 78342 MORRISTOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 02-213-41-773305-391 SAFE COMMUNITIES (10/1/12-9/30/13)

NORTHERN NJ SAFE COMMUNITIES 2ND QTR 201 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

30,388.75 30,388.75 ============ 30,388.75

TOTAL for Safe Communities Construction

Vehicular Homicide Unit 77216 ANDOVER TOWNSHIP 77216 ANDOVER TOWNSHIP 77216 ANDOVER TOWNSHIP 02-213-41-774305-391 DRE CALL OUT (10/1/12-9/30/13) J.Abrusci-3/11/13 J.Abrusci-3/24/13 J.Abrusci-3/22/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 275.00 220.00 220.00 715.00 ============ 715.00

TOTAL for Vehicular Homicide Unit

DEPARTMENT 784315 74558 RESCUE VAC INDUSTRIES, ONC. Shipping 74558 RESCUE VAC INDUSTRIES, ONC. 800 Modular Kit 74558 RESCUE VAC INDUSTRIES, ONC. 400 Series Add On Kit 74558 RESCUE VAC INDUSTRIES, ONC. 185 cfm Rescue Vac Air Knife 74558 RESCUE VAC INDUSTRIES, ONC. 1.5" NST to 2-prong 1/4 turn air-set 77020 KEYSTONE PUBLIC SAFETY INC. Fire Mobile License per attached quote d 02-213-41-784315-391 FFY10 HOMELND SECURITY(11/26/10-7/31/13) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 400.00 7,995.00 3,350.00 2,500.00 115.00 12,000.00 26,360.00 ============ 26,360.00

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 784315

DEPARTMENT 784330 75417 SOLAR TECHNOLOGY 75418 SOLAR TECHNOLOGY 76088 SOLAR TECHNOLOGY 77500 TACTICAL MEDICAL SOLUTIONS INC. 76003 ACTIVU CORPORATION 02-213-41-784330-391 FFY10 UASI (1/5/11-9/15/13) Equipment order per attached Quote dated Equipment order per attached Quote dated Shipping of 6 Units referenced in PO 754 Equipment order per attached Quote #3560 2010 UASI TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 28,936.24 51,793.64 450.00 3,221.00 250,000.00 334,400.88 ============ 334,400.88

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 784330

DEPARTMENT 784430 02-213-41-784430-391 76003 ACTIVU CORPORATION FFY11 UASI(12/27/11-8/31/14) 2011 UASI TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 40,072.64 40,072.64 ============ 40,072.64

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 784430

MAPS 02-213-41-786305-392 78208 NATIONAL FUEL OIL INC. MAPS (1/1/13-12/31/13) FUEL CHARGES 4/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 9,552.78 9,552.78

TOTAL for MAPS

============ 9,552.78

DEPARTMENT 792410 78132 STATE SHUTTLE INC 78131 STATE SHUTTLE INC 77889 STATE SHUTTLE INC 77888 STATE SHUTTLE INC 02-213-41-792410-391 JARC GRANT ROUND 12(7/1/12-6/30/14) Tranportation from April 22, 2013 to Apr Transportation from April 15, 2013 to Ap Transportation from April 8, 2013 to Apr TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 608.34 3,650.20 3,650.20 3,650.20 11,558.94 ============ 11,558.94

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 792410

Body Armor Replacement-Sheriff 73012 ATLANTIC TACTICAL OF NJ, INC. 02-213-41-801010-391 BODY ARMOR - SHERIFF

Vests for Officers - Item# 90T-APX-BK, S TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

1,000.28 1,000.28 ============ 1,000.28

TOTAL for Body Armor Replacement-Sheriff

Body Armor Replacement-Sheriff 73012 ATLANTIC TACTICAL OF NJ, INC. 02-213-41-801110-391 BODY ARMOR-SHERIFF(11/15/11-11/14/16)

Vests for Officers - Item# 90T-APX-BK, S TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

21,375.84 21,375.84 ============ 21,375.84

TOTAL for Body Armor Replacement-Sheriff

Body Armor Replacement-Sheriff 73012 ATLANTIC TACTICAL OF NJ, INC. Vests for Officers - Item# 90T-APX-BK, S 02-213-41-801210-392 BODY ARMOR-SHERIFF (11/20/12-11/19/17) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

1,678.18 1,678.18 ============ 1,678.18

TOTAL for Body Armor Replacement-Sheriff

Police & Fire Training 02-213-41-803805-392 73358 STATE TOXICOLOGY LABORATORY STATE SHARE Drug Testing 11/30/2012 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 405.00 405.00 ============ 405.00

TOTAL for Police & Fire Training

DEPARTMENT 860045 77976 JILL CERULLO 77976 JILL CERULLO 02-213-41-860045-395 YOUTH SHELTER GRANTS True Lies DVD MidEval Times TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 28.00 272.60 300.60 ============ 300.60

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 860045

E-911 Consolidation 02-213-41-860935-392 77794 USA ARCHITECTS PLANNERS & STATE SHARE Professional Architectural and ENgineeri TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 10,510.00 10,510.00 ============ 10,510.00

TOTAL for E-911 Consolidation

DEPARTMENT 864405 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. GU Randolph, LLC 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Charles Winter 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Brian Voynick 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. First Morris Bank 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Abraham Zion 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. GRMAE, LLC 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Randolph Town Center Assoc. 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Naomi Silberberg 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Sussex Randolph Bldg., LP 77799 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Hebrew Congregation of Mt. Freedom 77798 WATERS, MCPHERSON, MCNEILL, P.C. Millbrook Plaza, LLC 77605 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. GRMAE, LLC 77605 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. Provident Bank 77605 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. Milbrook Plaza 77605 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. American Animal 77605 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. Sussex Randolph 77605 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. Hebrew Congreg. 77598 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. 1200 Sussex Tpk. 77598 HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO. 1196 Sussex Tpk. 02-213-41-864405-391 CR 617/STP-0350(106)ROW(6/27/12-6/27/14) TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 504.00 1,698.00 636.00 1,392.00 942.00 168.00 912.00 384.00 180.00 336.00 312.00 720.00 630.00 630.00 810.00 810.00 540.00 1,260.00 922.50 13,786.50 ============ 13,786.50

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 864405

County Capital Emerg Training Fac/Fire&Police 77306 ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC 77306 ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC 04-216-55-953069-951 BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS

WO68432/ RE:PSTA / 04-09-13 WO68276/ RE:PSTA / 04-09-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

20,874.56 12,536.40 33,410.96 ============ 33,410.96

TOTAL for Emerg Training Fac/Fire&Police

DEPARTMENT 953193 04-216-55-953193-909 77793 EPIC MANAGEMENT INC. Construction Management Services for the DESIGN/CONSULT COSTS-PUBLICSAFETYCOMPLEX TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 21,037.00 21,037.00 ============ 21,037.00

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 953193

DEPARTMENT 953242 04-216-55-953242-951 76622 ALLMARK DOOR COMPANY, LLC WO68594/ RE: A & R BLDG/ DATED 03-08-13 REPLACE PEDESTRIAN/OVERHDDOORS-BLDGGRNDS TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1,508.05 1,508.05 ============ 1,508.05

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 953242

DEPARTMENT 953277 77261 ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC WO67653/ 77261 ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC WO67919/ 77261 ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC WO67918/ 77261 ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC WO68215/ 77306 ALLSTATE OFFICE INTERIOR INC WO68276/ 04-216-55-953277-951 CARPET/WINDOWFIXTURES VAR LOC-BLDGS&GRND RE: SCHUYLER/ 02-28-13 RE: CH - MEN'S LOCKER ROOM/ 02RE: CH/ 03-18-13 RE: CH/ 03-18-13 RE:PSTA / 04-09-13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1,895.00 11,949.88 10,444.62 7,309.02 431.40 32,029.92

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 953277

============ 32,029.92

DEPARTMENT 953291 04-216-55-953291-909 77789 D.R. JOHNSON & ASSOCIATES, LLC General Engineering Services for the per VAR ROADWAY DRAINAGE PROJ - PUBLIC WORKS TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 2,511.34 2,511.34 ============ 2,511.34

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 953291

DEPARTMENT 962267 04-216-55-962267-955 77170 NICHOLAS MICCHELLI COMPUTER EQUIP PURCHASE - IT ZAGGkeys Profolio Black TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 399.96 399.96 ============ 399.96

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 962267

DEPARTMENT 969261 77719 COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS RBA Group Learning Resource Center Renov 77719 COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS RBA Group Learning Resource Center Renov 04-216-55-969261-909 RENOV &IMPROVMNT TO ACADEMIC BLGS AT CCM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 673.20 5,105.00 5,778.20 ============ 5,778.20

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 969261

DEPARTMENT 969283 77719 COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS EI Associates HVAC Renovation 77719 COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS EI Associates HVAC Renovation 04-216-55-969283-909 HVAC IMPROVEMENTS VARIOUS SYSTEMS - CCM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 1,544.94 3,000.00 4,544.94 ============ 4,544.94

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 969283

DEPARTMENT 969295 04-216-55-969295-909 77719 COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS EI Associates HVAC Renovations VARIOUS IMPRVMNTS TO GRNDS & BLDGS-CCM TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 3,300.00 3,300.00 ============ 3,300.00

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 969295

Dedicated Trust Weights & Measures 69709 CARMAN 69710 ROUTE 23 TRUCK CENTER 13-290-56-575801-888 WEIGHTS & MEASURES 2013 Dodge Durango Special Service Vehic 2013 Ford Explorer 4dr 4x4 per Attached TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 54,410.00 103,188.00 157,598.00 ============ 157,598.00

TOTAL for Weights & Measures

Tax Board 76284 OFFICE TEAM 76284 OFFICE TEAM Professional services w/e 3/8/13 Professional services w/e 3/15/13 633.15 705.51

13-290-56-577101-888

76284 OFFICE TEAM TAX BOARD

Professional services w/e 3/29/13 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

479.39 1,818.05 ============ 1,818.05

TOTAL for Tax Board

Personal Attendant Services 13-290-56-577901-888 77982 COMMUNITY ACCESS UNLIMITED INC PERSONAL ATTENDANT SERVICES Balance of PASP Cost Share,2012 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 14,762.82 14,762.82 ============ 14,762.82

TOTAL for Personal Attendant Services

DEPARTMENT 578001 13-290-56-578001-888 78209 COUNTY OF MORRIS ACCUMULATED ABSENCES RMB CURRENT FOR COMPENSATED ABSENCES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT 11,310.98 11,310.98 ============ 11,310.98

TOTAL for DEPARTMENT 578001

Environ Quality & Enforcement 78095 VERIZON WIRELESS 13-290-56-578901-888 ENVIRON QUALITY & ENFORCEMENT

L&PS/ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

284.31 284.31 ============ 284.31

TOTAL for Environ Quality & Enforcement

Dedicated Open Space Taxes 77654 KENNON SURVEYING SERVICES, INC 78127 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78127 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78127 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78127 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78127 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78127 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 78127 JOHNSON & CONWAY LLP 13-290-56-580550-888 DEDICATED OPEN SPACE TAXES

OSTF MCPC Boundary Survey - Washington V Glen Alpin General Flood Mitigation Frelinghuysen property Early St. Garden Primrose Beaver Brook 2 TOTAL FOR ACCOUNT

14,620.00 644.86 528.93 1,133.64 36.43 412.86 370.07 267.14 18,013.93 ============ 18,013.93

TOTAL for Dedicated Open Space Taxes

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3,868,955.00 925,324.31 104,520.37 203,788.09 ------------5,102,587.77