Clark Council Meeting Wrap Up


CLARK, NJ - The Clark Town Council held a Special Meeting and the regularly scheduled workshop meeting on Monday November 6.   

During the Special Council Meeting, several ordinances were unanimously approved.   Here are the highlights of what the council approved:

  • The acquisition of a new communication and signal system and vehicle for the Clark First Aid Squad.   
  • The replacement of the turf athletic field and the refurbishment of the track at Arthur L. Johnson High School. 
  • Amendments to various township codes related to wireless telecommunication facilities, sewers and land use and development.

During the workshop meeting several ordinances were introduced for vote at the next meeting including one appropriating $35K from capital surplus to acquire furniture for various municipal offices.   A second ordinance provides for periodic inspections of storm water management systems.

The Council also indicated the regular order of business will be suspended at the November 20, council meeting for a Mayoral Proclamation for a World Pancreatic Cancer Day.   

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