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Attend the Vetted Job Fair – February 28th

February 15, 2019

RED BANK, NJ – The Monmouth Career Center located at 1000 Kozloski Road in Freehold will host over 50 Monmouth County employers, trade schools and armed services organizations at a Trade and Job Fair on Thursday, February 28th, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

The event is sponsored by the Monmouth County Guidance Directors’ Association (MCGDA) which represents all high schools in Monmouth ...

Hydrant Testing - Friday, February 15th

Water Supply Hydrant Test to be conducted Tomorrow, Friday, 2/15/2019

Fire Hydrant Testing will be conducted in the vicinity of the 12 Broad Street, on Friday, February 15, 2019.

Location is approximately between Urban Outfitters and The Bistro.

Residents in that area may see a temporary drop in water pressure and temporary discoloration. This testing is performed to determine available ...

Council Meeting – Kid’s B’Way Show Video + Questions on the Redevelopment Agency

RED BANK, NJ – First, let’s begin with the fun stuff.

Freddie Boynton was honored with a presentation for being inducted this year into the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame. Boynton, raised in Red Bank and a long-time borough employee.  He won the Golden Gloves two-years straight for NJ  and turned professional in 1973 and was honored that year with a designated Freddie ...

BEEP BEEP!! Red Bank Looking to Hire a Parking Director

RED BANK, NJ – Red Bank has taken a consultant’s advice and is accepting applications for a Parking Director.

In early January, Walker Consultants, a New York based parking design and consulting practice, presented a final study on their conclusions regarding the Borough’s parking challenges

This included that "...a recommendation that a Parking Manager ...

Creation of Redevelopment Agency, No Public Smoke or Vaping, Car Towed?

RED BANK, NJ – The Red Bank Council will meet tonight at Borough Hall, 6:30pm.

On the agenda is an ordinance to, “… prohibit the smoking of tobacco products and the use of electronic smoking devices in all Borough owned or controlled places of public accommodation.” 






Nowhere, no how.  The RBPD will ...

Gov. Murphy: Minimum Wage to Increase to $15 by 2024 (VIDEO)

RED BANK, NJ – New Jersey residents are on their way to making $15 per hour at work.

Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation on Monday that will gradually raise the states’ minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2024.

“For far too long, too many of our fellow New Jerseyans have been struggling to survive on wages that have not kept up with the cost of living,” Murphy ...

Learn How Our Rivers are Doing – Rally for the Navesink Meeting

RED BANK, NJ – A “Rally for the Navesink” meeting was held at Bingham Hall in Rumson last Thursday to discuss the results from Environmental Canine Services (ECS).  Affectionately known as the “Poop Pups,” ECS uses them to identify and track human pathogen pollution caused by leaking sewer lines, illicit pipe connections, and failing septic systems.  To see ...

Red Bank Hiring - Assistant Treasurer

RED BANK, NJ – Good with numbers?

The Borough of Red Bank is looking to hire an Assistant Treasurer in their Finance Department.

The municipal budget is over $22 million and the utilities budgets (parking, sewer and water) are over $9 million. 

Candidate Qualifications:

Minimum of four (4) years of supervisory accounting experience with at least one year in municipal ...

RB Resident Accuses Council of Conflict - Watch the Video

RED BANK, NJ – The council meeting last night started out lighthearted with smiles all around as Mayor Menna recognized the Monmouth Day Care Center with a proclamation congratulating them for their 50th year anniversary, and to the Red Bank Middle School Soccer Team for placing first in their division for the third year in a row.

At the public comment portion of the meeting, Danny ...

Navesink River – Why it Keeps Getting Cleaner & Cleaner

RED BANK, NJ – The Navesink River Municipalities Committee (NRMC) held their first meeting of the New Year on Thursday, January 17th and was chaired by Brian Rice, a Fair Haven resident and licensed boat Captain.



The NRMC is an environmental group that is dedicated on ensuring that our greatest natural asset, the Navesink River, remains an environmentally viable ...


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