FLEMINGTON, NJ – Hunterdon Freeholders typically meet in their meeting room here in the county’s Administration Building on Main Street. But from time to time, the board holds a regular meeting in another one of the county’s 26 municipalities.
That will be the case next week, when the Freeholders will meet in Clinton Township on Tuesday, June 18. The meeting will be held on the third floor of the township’s Public Safety Building at 1371 Rt. 31 north. The public part of the meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. – the usual time for Freeholder meetings.
It will be the tenth time that the Freeholders will take to the road since the practice began in 2014.
“Our experience is that holding meetings in our various municipalities is well received by the public,” said Freeholder Board Director Suzanne Lagay in a press release. “We believe it opens up the County government to the public more. Normally, we have seen a good turnout of residents for these meetings.”
The county’s department heads will also be in available at the meeting to discuss issues and concerns with the public.
Previous Freeholder meetings have been held in Hampton, Lambertville, Tewksbury, Raritan Township, Frenchtown, Delaware, East Amwell and Holland Township.