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Dear Seaside Park Borough,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.

Records requested:

-All planning board decisions that involved Thomas Mianulli while he served as a Seaside Park planning board member.

-Dates Thomas Mianulli served on the Seaside Park planning board.

-The oath of Thomas Mianulli as an appointed planning board member.

-Thomas and Tracy Mianulli’s building/construction permit applications, inspections, approvals, variances requests, annual rental applications and inspections for their weekly summer rental scheme. As well as, zoning, building, and/or code violation letters for 111 8th Ave, Seaside Park.

-Tax assessments for 111 8th Ave, Seaside Park.

-Clark Motley’s planning board application and decision, and lawsuit regarding 211-213 O St, Seaside Park.

-Any variance request for single-family homes to increase to multi family homes within the town.

-Any planning board decisions to change/increase the structure of a preexisting non conforming property within the town.

-Any violations and planning board decisions for building a structure without a permit within the town.

- Varience applications and decisions pertaining to inadequate parking for their building structure within the town.

- Any variance applications, decisions, and violations regarding decks, lighting fixtures, structures within the 5 foot side setbacks within the town.

-Any code violation for residents for living in a home without a certificate of occupancy within the town.

Yours faithfully,

A concerned taxpayer regarding the egregious behavior by an appointed Seaside Park planning board member (Thomas Mianulli). Background information: Thomas Mianulli had a pre-existing non-conforming home that was destroyed by hurricane Sandy in 2012. While Thomas Mianulli served on the Seaside Park planning board, Seaside park aggressively went after another homeowner (Clark Motley 211-213 O St) for a similar situation where his pre-existing nonconforming property was destroyed and Seaside Park refused to allow the homeowner to rebuild his pre-existing nonconforming home. Therefore, losing his grandfather two family property status. This was heard in the N.J. appellate division who sided with the town. (See more here: https://www.foxrothschild.com/publicatio...). Thomas Mianulli tore down his damaged pre-existing nonconforming back house and rebuilt it without obtaining a permit (in 2015/2016). In utter disbelief, the town did not find this out until 2019. The Mianulli’s rent out this home for money. They have not applied for annual rental certificate of occupancy permits (ever). This home does not have any permits and/or inspections and therefore remains an unsafe structure as per N.J. Stare Law. Their tenants continue to live in an unsafe home which the town is aware. The Mianulli’s have not reported their rental income and therefore do not pay taxes on same. The Mianulli’s property hasn’t been assessed properly by the tax assessor and therefore they are not paying their fair share. This situation has been reported to Seaside Park in 2019. To date, the Mianulli’s continue to have multiple zoning and building violations. Their tenants continue to reside in the unapproved, uninspected, unsafe back home. The lies and deceit of an appointed planning board member is concerning. Allowing The Mianulli’s to keep their home while denying Clark Motely’s application for a similar matter should be viewed as corruption. Allowing one resident who is an appointed member of the planning board to keep their house and deny another resident with no connections to the town is concerning. This corruption should not be acceptable to the town nor the state of N.J. Thomas Mianulli may have used his appointed position of power to gain trust, all while denying other residents of same. This matter should be heard in another jurisdiction to ensure fairness and justice. To allow this matter to go in front of the same planning board/town council in which Thomas Mianulli served is a clear conflict of interest. If this matter is not heard properly it could have grave consequences later on. Anyone would be able to build anything on their properties (despite zoning) without a permit and cite this specific situation when asking for “forgiveness”. In addition, many residents who were denied could sue for damages. Choose wisely as this matter will set the tone for many years to come.

Dear Seaside Park Borough,

What is the status of this request?

Yours faithfully,

Concerned

Dear Seaside Park Borough,

Following up again on this request. Tomorrow is the deadline. Would like to know where the town stands. There is no reason to deny the requested records. I’ve noticed someone requested records after this request and have already received them. Please provide the requested information as required by law.

Yours faithfully,

Concerned

Clerk's Office, Seaside Park Borough

Good Afternoon, 
Your request requires additional time beyond the seven (7) business days
to fulfill, until March 3, 2020, because it is in attorney review.  Please
be advised OPRA allows custodians to seek extensions of time according
to N.J.S.A. 47:1A-5.i.  I am working diligently to fulfill your
request.  If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to
contact me.  Thank you. ~ Sandy Martin
Seaside Park Clerk's Office
1701 N. Ocean Avenue
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
(732) 793-3700 ext. 106

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Clerk's Office, Seaside Park Borough

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Good Afternoon,

Please see the information and attachments below in regard to your
requests. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

1. All planning board decisions that involved Thomas Mianulli while he
served as a Seaside Park planning board member.

This request does not name specifically identifiable records.  Please
specify the record(s) you seek. 

2. Dates Thomas Mianulli served on the Seaside Park planning board. 

This request is denied as it does not identify a document.

3.  The oath of Thomas Mianulli as an appointed planning board member.

January 26, 2016, Attached.

4. Thomas and Tracy Mianulli’s building/construction permit applications,
inspections, approvals, variances requests, annual rental applications and
inspections for their weekly summer rental scheme. As well as, zoning,
building,  and/or code violation letters for 111 8th Ave, Seaside Park.

Your request requires additional time to fulfill, until March 13, 2020,
because it is in attorney review. 

5. Tax assessments for 111 8th Ave, Seaside Park.

Attached you will find the most recent tax assessment sheet.

6. Clark Motley’s planning board application and decision, and lawsuit
regarding 211-213 O St, Seaside Park.

Please provide the time frame for the documents you seek. 

The following requests are too vague/overly broad. Please be advised OPRA
is not a research tool and requires particularized identifiable documents.
Please specifically identify the record(s) you seek.

-Any variance request for single-family homes to increase to multi-family
homes within the town.

-Any planning board decisions to change/increase the structure of a
preexisting nonconforming property within the town.

-Any violations and planning board decisions for building a structure
without a permit within the town.

- Varience applications and decisions pertaining to inadequate parking for
their building structure within the town.

-    Any variance applications, decisions, and violations regarding decks,
lighting fixtures, structures within the 5-foot side setbacks within the
town.

-Any code violation for residents for living in a home without a
certificate of occupancy within the town.

Thank you, Sandy Martin
Seaside Park Clerk's Office
1701 N. Ocean Avenue
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
(732) 793-3700 ext. 106

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Clerk's Office, Seaside Park Borough

[1][IMG][2] 111 8th _20200316110752_Redacted.pdf
re: 111   8th Ave
Good Afternoon,
Attached please find documents pertaining to your request in the fourth
item listed on February 10, 2020.  'Thomas and Tracy Mianulli’s
building/construction permit applications, inspections, approvals,
variances requests, annual rental applications and inspections for their
weekly summer rental scheme. As well as, zoning, building,  and/or code
violation letters for 111 8th Ave, Seaside Park'.  Please be advised
this request is vague.  I have researched as much content as possible
without being provided narrowing criteria to a tremendous volume of
documents.   Please specify the record(s) you seek also kindly provide
time frames?    Regarding the documents enclosed, according to NJSA
47:1A-1.1 social security numbers, unlisted telephone numbers, and
personal email addresses have been redacted.  Feel free to contact me with
any questions or concerns you may have.  Thank you, have a great day! ~
Sandy Martin  
Seaside Park Clerk's Office
1701 N. Ocean Avenue
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
(732) 793-3700 ext. 106
On Tue, Mar 3, 2020 at 4:24 PM Clerk's Office <[3][email address]>
wrote:

Good Afternoon,

Please see the information and attachments below in regard to your
requests. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

1. All planning board decisions that involved Thomas Mianulli while he
served as a Seaside Park planning board member.

This request does not name specifically identifiable records.  Please
specify the record(s) you seek. 

2. Dates Thomas Mianulli served on the Seaside Park planning board. 

This request is denied as it does not identify a document.

3.  The oath of Thomas Mianulli as an appointed planning board member.

January 26, 2016, Attached.

4. Thomas and Tracy Mianulli’s building/construction permit
applications, inspections, approvals, variances requests, annual rental
applications and inspections for their weekly summer rental scheme. As
well as, zoning, building,  and/or code violation letters for 111 8th
Ave, Seaside Park.

Your request requires additional time to fulfill, until March 13, 2020,
because it is in attorney review. 

5. Tax assessments for 111 8th Ave, Seaside Park.

Attached you will find the most recent tax assessment sheet.

6. Clark Motley’s planning board application and decision, and lawsuit
regarding 211-213 O St, Seaside Park.

Please provide the time frame for the documents you seek. 

The following requests are too vague/overly broad. Please be advised
OPRA is not a research tool and requires particularized identifiable
documents. Please specifically identify the record(s) you seek.

-Any variance request for single-family homes to increase to
multi-family homes within the town.

-Any planning board decisions to change/increase the structure of a
preexisting nonconforming property within the town.

-Any violations and planning board decisions for building a structure
without a permit within the town.

- Varience applications and decisions pertaining to inadequate parking
for their building structure within the town.

-    Any variance applications, decisions, and violations regarding
decks, lighting fixtures, structures within the 5-foot side setbacks
within the town.

-Any code violation for residents for living in a home without a
certificate of occupancy within the town.

Thank you, Sandy Martin
Seaside Park Clerk's Office
1701 N. Ocean Avenue
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
(732) 793-3700 ext. 106

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Dear Clerk's Office,

Hi. What is the status of #4? It’s now 3/17.

In regards to #6. 211 O St. The dates would be from 2007-2013.

It has been over 1 month since this request has been made.

Yours sincerely,

Concerned

Clerk's Office, Seaside Park Borough

Good Afternoon, 
Thank you for your email.  A responce and documents were provided on item
four.  Please let me know if you would like me to resend.  Thank you  
Seaside Park Clerk's Office
1701 N. Ocean Avenue
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
(732) 793-3700 ext. 106

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Dear Clerk's Office,

Can you please resend number 4. I never received it.

Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Concerned

Clerk's Office, Seaside Park Borough

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Good Afternoon, 
As per your request to resend the email response for #4, please see the
enclosures below.  
In regard to your request for "Motley’s planning board application and
decision, and lawsuit regarding 211-213 O St, Seaside Park; dates
2007-2013", 
I was not able to locate any legal documents related to “Clark” Motley,
but I am providing legal documents for “Dan” Motley.  
Also attached is  ZBA 10*5 & Resolution Memorializing Zoning Board Of
Adjustment Application No. ZBA 10-05.  In regard to all documents enclosed
in accordance with NJSA 47:1A-1.1 social security numbers, unlisted
telephone numbers, and personal email addresses have been redacted.  Feel
free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.  Thank
you, have a great day! ~ Sandy
[1][IMG][2] zba 10.05 -OPRA_20200325140903.pdf
[3][IMG][4] OPRA. 111 8TH AVE_redacted (1).pdf
   

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