CHATHAM, NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council has scheduled a "Special Emergency Meeting" for 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 25, to discuss the status of two road projects affected by Gov. Chris Christie's freeze of Transportation Trust Fund expenditures.

The council plans to discuss the borough's options on the pending Lafayette Avenue and Front Street repaving projects with borough attorney James Lott before taking any action during the emergency meeting.

On July 11, the borough council discussed how Gov. Christie's freeze on the use of the Transportation Trust Fund for projects around the state could affect the status of the Lafayette Avenue and Front Street repaving projects.

According to Vincent DeNave, borough engineer, the state was providing $210,000 of the $213,000 needed to complete the projects.