Municipal Offices located
at 320 Boulevard
Boro Administrator: Michael Kronyak -- 288-0195
Administrator - 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Fridays -- 288-0195
The Borough Administrator is
responsible for the management of the day-to-day operations and coordination of
interdepartmental activities. He is a liaison between the Mayor and Council, various
municipal boards, and professional advisors. He reports to the Mayor and Council.
The Administrator recommends
personnel policies, appointments and disciplinary action to the governing body. He is
responsible for overall supervision and maintenance of Borough property. He reviews and
supervises the Borough's insurance program. He is responsible for the Borough's yearly
preparation of the operating and capital budgets. He may conduct studies and
investigations as assigned to him or otherwise within his jurisdiction.
As the chief executive and
administrative official of the Borough, the Administrator responsiblities also include:
- Compile and submit to Council the
tentative annual budget pursuant to law.
- Execute all laws and ordinances of
the Borough and the State of New Jersey.
- Review existing job
classifications and salary ranges of all employees and present recommendations for
additions, changes or modifications to Council.
- Negotiates contracts for the
Borough, subject to Council approval.
- Report to Council any violations
of the terms or conditions of any statutes, etc.
- Attend all meetings of the Council
with a right to take part in the discussions.
- Keep the Council advised of the
financial condition of the Borough.
- Make an annual report to Council,
to include a detail list of major capital improvements considered by the Administrator to
be necessary or desirable during the succeeding five years.
- Ensure that no contract is made or
improvement undertaken until the necessary funds have been appropriated in the budget or
- Consult with and work together
with the Council and Planning Board to maintain the Master Plan and in establishing plans
for the future development of the Borough.
- Investigate at any time the
affairs of any officer or department of the Borough.
- Establish the organizational
structure, duties, plans and responsibilities of all department heads and their major
subordinates who report to the Manager, within the framework of general administrative
- Develop, update and submit to
Council for its approval employment policies not covered by collective bargaining
agreement and the New Jersey Department of Personnel, purchasing procedures, risk
management procedures, negotiation positions in collective bargaining with employee
unions, the status of formal employee grievances or claims whether or not referred to
labor counsel, evaluations of each department and office of the Borough including staffing
requirements and capital improvements as part of preparing and recommending an annual
budget, a parts and supplies inventory oversight program.
Residents and interested parties
may call this office for reporting problems and concerns regarding the operations of the