RED BANK, NJ: The Council will be meeting on Wednesday, February 26th, 6:30pm at Boro Hall, 90 Monmouth Street.
Highlights on the Agenda:
- Approving the payment for the removal of a previously unknown underground 550 gallon storage tank at the Bellhaven Nature Preserve at a cost of $18,173. Click HERE to read the Resolution. The council will also vote on a Resolution awarding the consulting firm T&M Associates $11,950 to monitor potential groundwater contamination. If approved, the total cost to improve the park will be $227,188. The park is located at the end of Locust Ave.
- The retirement of Police Capt. Michael Clay
- The retirement of Borough Engineer Glenn Carter
- An Ordinance prohibiting the release of three or more balloons inflated with gas
Be sure to peruse through the carousel of "Before and "After" remediation pictures of the Bellhaven Nature Park.
To see the entire agenda, click HERE.
These meetings are important.
They determine how, where and what your money is being spent on, and, the future direction your elected officials are taking the borough.
Plus, it's the best free show in town. Come, learn and voice your opinion.
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