HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - If you are planning to attend the Tuesday, April 23 Borough of Hasbrouck Heights council meeting, plan on being there a while. There are nine ordinances, including five pertaining to Affordable Housing, are set to be heard for the second time and open for public hearing.  

Additionally, an ordinance to supplement the Borough Code on smoke-free zones will be reintroduced after language clarifying “vaping” as part of the smoke-free zone has been completed.  

Other ordinances include a “No Knock” registry, and ordinance supplementing borough code to control the planting and maintenance of bamboo on property within the borough, an ordinance to exceed the Municipal Budget appropriation limits and establish a “Cap Bank” for Calendar Year 2019; an ordinance to appropriate $375,000 to provide for the replacement and upgrade of the Public Safety Communications and 9-1-1 telephone dispatch system; and ordinance to fix the salaries of certain employees of the Department of Public Works,  will also be voted on.

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The Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 23, at 8 pm at Borough Hall.  In addition to the above items, new business will be on the agenda as well, including a public hearing of residents on any topic they wish to bring to the Council.

 
 

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