Town of Guttenberg, NJ
Hudson County
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[Ord. 8/20/62 § 1; Ord. 5/17/82 § 1; Ord. 3/21/83 § 1]
a. 
The Director of Recreation, under the direction and supervision of the Mayor and Board of Council and of the chairman of the committee to which his duties and activities are assigned, shall organize and supervise recreation, sports, crafts and other activities for the Town.
b. 
He shall conduct such activities as required, including, but not limited to, a daily weekday recreation program during the summer months between July 1 and August 31 of each year, including evening programs; and afternoon programs between 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekdays between September 1 of each year and June 30 of the following year, including evening programs.
c. 
He shall submit a written outline of his proposed recreation programs detailing the nature and extent of such activities, prior to inaugurating them for approval by the chairman or by the Mayor and Board of Council, and conduct same pursuant to such rules and regulations as the chairman shall prescribe.
d. 
He shall supervise all activities, either personally or through such qualified assistant as may be provided him by the Mayor and Board of Council and allow no unsupervised activity whatsoever.
e. 
He shall render reports of all such programs and activities, including a specification of all measures taken to insure the safety of all children participating in such activities, and shall apply for permission from the chairman of the committee prior to engaging in any activities which involve taking children outside of the confines of the Town of Guttenberg. He shall require written permission and waiver from the parents or guardians of each child prior to permitting any child to participate in any Guttenberg recreation activities.
f. 
In addition to his regular reports, he shall immediately report any injury or unusual event arising or occurring, directly or indirectly, from such activities, to such chairman and to the Town Attorney. He shall see that all participating children are covered by such insurance as may be afforded in any programs and take such measures at all times as will safeguard the health and safety of all children in his care.
g. 
He shall perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Mayor and Board of Council to facilitate or improve the activities above set forth.
[Ord. 8/20/62 § 1; Ord. 5/17/82 § 1; Ord. 3/21/83 § 1]
His appointment shall be an annual appointment for a one-year term, at a salary established by the Salary Ordinance.
[Ord. 8/20/62 § 1; Ord. 2/3/93 §§ 1
4; Ord. #12-01-1993; Ord. #004/00]
a. 
Establishment. There shall be one Assistant Director of Recreation position. The Department of Recreation will consist of one Director of Recreation, one Assistant Director of Recreation and one Director of Public Affairs.
b. 
Duties. The duties of the Assistant Recreation Director shall be as directed by the Recreation Director and/or the Council person in charge of the Recreation Department.
c. 
Appointment. Appointment to the position of Assistant Recreation Director shall be by the Mayor and Board of Council.
d. 
Salary. The salary of the Assistant Recreation Director shall be set by the local Salary Ordinance.
a. 
Position Created. The position of Director of Public Affairs for the Town of Guttenberg shall be and hereby is created and shall be assigned to the Department of Recreation.
b. 
Appointment; Term. The Director of Public Affairs shall be appointed by the Mayor and Council for a term to expire on the June 30th next following the date of appointment.
c. 
Duties. The duties of the Director of Public Affairs shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
1. 
Coordinating festivities, parades, and other social functions on special occasions in the Town of Guttenberg as directed by the Mayor and Board of Council.
2. 
Acting as liaison between the residents of the Town of Guttenberg and the Mayor and Board of Council.
3. 
Representing the Town of Guttenberg at special events as directed by the Mayor and Board of Council.
4. 
Performing such other duties as may be reasonably requested by the Mayor and Board of Council.
d. 
Part-time Position. The position of Director of Public Affairs shall be deemed a part-time position calling for approximately 10 hours per week.
[Ord. 9/6/89 § I; New]
There are hereby created the positions of three local ordinance enforcement officers to be known as Code Enforcement Officers.
[Ord. 9/6/89 § II; New; Ord. #004/97; Ord. #017/02]
The Code Enforcement Officers shall be responsible for the enforcement of all ordinances of the Town of Guttenberg and are hereby empowered to issue summonses for any violations thereof. The Code Enforcement Officers are hereby assigned, for administrative purposes, to the Mayor and Board of Council and shall work under the direct supervision of the Mayor and Board of Council, performing such duties as may be directed by the Mayor and Board of Council in addition to those specified herein.
[Ord. 9/6/89 § IV; New; Ord. #018/04]
All employees not affiliated with, or members of a labor union shall be deemed "employees at will," employed at the will of the Town of Guttenberg, with employment for no definite or established length of time, and subject to termination at any time, for any reason, or for no reason at all, consistent with law and Town of Guttenberg's ordinances, regulations and policies.
[Ord. 9/6/89 § V; New]
Salaries for the positions of Code Enforcement Officers shall be as set forth in the Salary Ordinance.
[Ord. 7/21/52 § I]
There is hereby created and established the Office of License Inspector for the Town of Guttenberg.
[Ord. 7/21/52 § II]
The License Inspector shall have the duty and obligation to receive and act upon all applications for licenses which are issued pursuant to all ordinances adopted in the Town except those issued pursuant to the laws concerning alcoholic beverages and those issued by or pursuant to authorization of the Plumbing Subcode Official or Health Officer of the Board of Health. He shall make all investigations required or necessary to be made in order that the eligibility of the applicant for such license shall be fully established before the license is issued. Upon being satisfied that the license should issue and that its issuance would be in conformity with the provisions of all ordinances, rules and regulations of the Town and also in conformity with all the laws of the State of New Jersey and the United States of America, he shall issue such license and collect the fee therefor as set by the applicable ordinance.
[Ord. 7/21/52 § III]
Wherever, by reason of applicable law or the provisions of any ordinance, rule or regulation of the Town, the license requires that the licensee shall perform certain work under and pursuant to the authority of the license, the License Inspector shall make adequate and appropriate inspections in order to determine that the work is being performed in a manner and to the extent required, pursuant to said laws, ordinances or rules and regulations.
[Ord. 7/21/52 § IV]
It shall be the duty of the License Inspector to enforce all ordinances in the Town requiring the issuance of licenses, in order that persons required to procure licenses shall be compelled to do so, and he shall be authorized to make complaint before the Municipal Court for and on behalf of the Town for the violation of any ordinance where the issuance of a license is required and has not been procured.
[Ord. 7/21/52 § V]
The term "license" shall be construed not only to mean licenses required to be issued pursuant to ordinances, but wherever permits are required to be issued pursuant to ordinances, such permits shall be considered to be embraced within the term "license".
[Ord. 7/21/52 § VI]
The License Inspector shall keep full account of all fees and other monies collected by him belonging to the Town and shall transmit the same monthly to the Mayor and Board of Council together with a report showing the number of licenses issued, the type and kind thereof and the amount of money collected for each license.
[Ord. 7/21/52 § VII; Ord. #018/04]
The License Inspector shall be appointed by the Mayor and Board of Council. All employees not affiliated with, or members of a labor union shall be deemed "employees at will," employed at the will of the Town of Guttenberg, with employment for no definite or established length of time, and subject to termination at any time, for any reason, or for no reason at all, consistent with law and Town of Guttenberg's ordinances, regulations and policies.
[Ord. 7/21/52 § VIII; Ord. 2/21/55 § 1]
The License Inspector shall serve without compensation.
[Ord. 6/7/82 § XXI (a)]
The appointment of an Executive-Director of the Rent Control Board is hereby authorized for a one-year term. His services shall include but are not limited to the administration and direction of the administration of the Rent Control Board.
[Ord. 6/7/82 § XXI (b)]
The salary for such services is hereby fixed at a yearly rate established in the Salary Ordinance, payable monthly, for services rendered four hours per day, five days per week.
[Ord. 6/7/82 § XXI (c)]
The Executive-Director of the Rent Control Board shall be subject to the supervision of the Executive Department or other designee by the Mayor and Board of Council.
[Ord. 4/20/88 § 1]
The position of Recycling Coordinator for the Town of Guttenberg is hereby created.
[Ord. 4/20/88 § 2]
The Recycling Coordinator shall be responsible for effecting programs within the Town which will implement the goals, objectives and mandates of the State of New Jersey as detailed in the Source Separation and Recycling Act (L. 1987, Ch. 102)
The Recycling Coordinator's duties shall include but not be limited to, developing and implementing plans for promoting recycling, preparing recycling grant proposals, conducting public information activities designed to foster recycling efforts by the community at large, and making regular reports to the Mayor and Board of Council on the status of the Town's recycling program.
[Ord. 4/20/88 § 3]
The Recycling Coordinator shall be a salaried rather than an hourly employee and shall be required to work at such time or times as may be necessary to accomplish, on behalf of the Town, the goals, objectives and mandates of the State of New Jersey as detailed in the Source Separation and Recycling Act (L. 1987, Ch. 102)
[Ord. 4/20/88 § 4]
The annual salary for the position of Town Recycling Coordinator shall be as set forth in the Salary Ordinance.
[Ord. #3-15-89A §§ II, IV, V]
a. 
Position Created. The position of Assistant Recycling Coordinator is created.
b. 
Duties. The duties of the Assistant Recycling Coordinator shall include, but not be limited to, working under the direction of and assisting the Town Recycling Coordinator in the carrying out of the functions of his or her office; such functions include, inter alia, developing and implementing plans for promoting recycling, preparing recycling grant proposals, conducting public information activities regarding recycling in the Town of Guttenberg, and making regular reports to the Mayor and Board of Council on the status of the Town's recycling program.
c. 
Appointment. The Assistant Recycling Coordinator shall be appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Board of Council, for a term which will expire on June 30 of the year in which he is appointed.
d. 
Compensation. The salary for the position of Assistant Recycling Coordinator shall be established in the Salary Ordinance.
[Ord. 8/21/91 §§ 1, 2]
There is hereby established in the Town of Guttenberg the position of Housing Inspector to enforce the regulations set forth in the Hotel and Multiple Dwellings Law, N.J.S.A. 55:13A-1 et seq. and the regulations promulgated thereunder entitled, "Regulations for Maintenance of Hotel and Multiple Dwellings" and amendments thereto which are set forth in N.J.A.C. 5:10-1 et seq. as the standards for the maintenance of such structures within the Town.
[Ord. 8/21/91 § 2]
The Housing Inspector shall be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Board of Council and in addition to the above described duties shall perform such other functions as may be designated from time to time by the Mayor and Board of Council.
[Ord. 8/21/91 § 4]
The Housing Inspector shall receive an annual salary as set forth in the annual Salary Ordinance.
[Ord. #1994-10 § I]
There are hereby created the position is of five Violations Officers in the Town of Guttenberg.
[Ord. #1994-10 § II; Ord. #018/04]
The Mayor and Board of Council, by majority vote thereof, may appoint not more than five Violations Officers to serve during any one period of time. All employees not affiliated with, or members of a labor union shall be deemed "employees at will," employed at the will of the Town of Guttenberg, with employment for no definite or established length of time, and subject to termination at any time, for any reason, or for no reason at all, consistent with law and Town of Guttenberg's ordinances, regulations and policies.
[Ord. #1994-10 § III; Ord. No. 10-2018]
All Violations Officers appointed hereunder are hereby assigned, for administrative purposes, to the Police Department and shall serve under the direct supervision of the Commander of Operations or his designee, performing such duties as may be directed by the Commander of Operations or his designee in addition to those specified herein.
[Ord. #1994-10 § IV]
The duty and authority of any Violations Officer appointed hereunder shall be to:
a. 
Issue a parking ticket (summons) for any violation of a statute, ordinance, resolution or regulation which regulates the parking of vehicles.
b. 
Serve and execute all process for any parking offense issuing out of the Guttenberg Municipal Court.
c. 
Cause any vehicle which is parked, stored or abandoned in the Town of Guttenberg in violation of a statute, ordinance, resolution or regulation to be towed away from the scene of the violation, all costs of such towing and subsequent storage to be borne by the owner of the towed/stored vehicle.
d. 
Issue a summons for any violation of any ordinance, resolution or regulation of the Town of Guttenberg.
[Ord. #1994-10 § V]
The salary of any Violations Officer appointed hereunder shall be no less than $7.70 per hour and no more than $10.50 per hour. The salary of each Violations Officer shall be set by resolution of the Mayor and Board of Council taking into consideration the qualifications and experience of each such officer.
[Ord. #008/96]
The position of Urban Enterprise Zone Coordinator for the Town of Guttenberg shall be and hereby is created.
[Ord. #027/04]
There is hereby established in the Town of Guttenberg the position of Technical Assistant who shall be responsible for recordkeeping and administration of the Uniform Construction Code.
[Ord. #027/04]
The Technical Assistant shall receive an annual salary as set forth by the Salary Ordinance of the Town of Guttenberg.