Government

March 19, 2019

RED BANK, NJ – The Borough of Red Bank is seeking a new Chief Financial Officer.  Rich in history, with a vibrant downtown, a thriving arts scene, a scenic and convenient maritime location, and a welcoming and committed citizenry, Red Bank delivers a full range of services to the community via a ...

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RED BANK, NJ – The meeting opened with Mayor Menna reading a proclamation designating March as Colorectal awareness Month.  A group from Red Bank Gastroenterology Associates accepted the award with Dr. Howard Hample saying, “Colon cancer is largely a preventable disease and currently in NJ only 65% ...

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Fire Hydrant Flow Testing will be conducted in the area of 21 Bridge Avenue on Thursday, March 14, 2019. This is the Two River Theater area. This testing is performed to determine available flow and pressure for fire protection systems. Anyone seeing discolored water should shut off the ...

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RED BANK, NJ – Mayor & Council are seeking interested residents for the Red Bank Redevelopment Agency. At the February 27, 2019 meeting of the Mayor & Council, the Borough approved the creation of a Redevelopment Agency. This follows a meeting in Trenton at the offices of the ...

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RED BANK, NJ – Kimley-Horn, a national planning, design and engineering firm was represented by Landscape architect Scott Scarfone, who presented their final concept Master Plan for Marine Park. This was a cumulation of two public meetings held in April and May of 2018 where the firm gathered ...

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RED BANK, NJ – The meeting began with Mayor Pat Menna swearing in a new Red Bank law enforcement officer (LEO), Patrolman Luke Cahill who was supported by his fellow officers and parents.     (left) Chief Darren McConnell, Councilwoman Kate Triggiano, Mayor Pat Menna, Patrolman Luke ...

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Fire Hydrant Flow Testing will be conducted in the area of 170 Monmouth Street (near the Bagle Station & Deli), on Thursday, February 28, 2019. This testing is performed to determine available flow and pressure for fire protection systems. Anyone seeing discolored water should shut off ...

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RED BANK, NJ – TAPinto Red Bank took a look at the GSP 109 construction last week to see how’s it’s progressing. Slowly, but surely. The $10.89 million contract was awarded to Earle Asphalt by the NJ Turnpike Authority (NJTA) in July of 2018, and work began a few months ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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, ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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RED BANK, NJ - Legislation signed last summer prohibiting smoking at public beaches and parks in New Jersey goes into effect today. The bill, S-2534, updates the “New Jersey Smoke-Free Air Act of 2006.”   According to the American Lung Association, more than 480,000 people die from ...

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 RED BANK, NJ – Walker Consultants, a New York based parking design and consulting practice, presented a final study on their conclusions regarding the Borough’s parking challenges. Background: On June 1st, 2018, Red Bank formed a partnership with the Red Bank RiverCenter and Walker Consultants.

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This article was previously published on December 26, 2018.       RED BANK, NJ – Walker Consultants, a New York based parking design and consulting practice was hired by the borough on June 1st, 2018 to identify current parking issues and future demands. The consulting group ...

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RED BANK, NJ – The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) received bids from three developers to provide 1,100 megawatts (MW) for an offshore wind project.  The bids were received December 28th, in response to a September 2018 Request for Proposal (RFP). The Applicants Orsted North ...

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RED BANK, NJ – The Borough of Red Bank is seeking a new Chief Financial Officer.      Rich in history, with a vibrant downtown, a thriving arts scene, a scenic and convenient maritime location, and a welcoming and committed citizenry, Red Bank delivers a full range of services to the ...

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RED BANK, NJ – The Planning Board approved a Tacoholics Restaurant at 90 Broad Street, about a block north of Red Bank Catholic High School. The Board approved Bulk or ‘C’ variances which in this case required 13 additional parking spaces.  No additional spaces were provided. The restaurant ...

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RED BANK, NJ – Lifeguards, camp counselors, park and golf course maintenance workers and other seasonal employees are just a few of the positions that the Monmouth County Park System is looking to hire for. Come to their Seasonal Job Fair! Where: Fort Monmouth Recreation Center, 2566 Guam ...

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RED BANK, NJ – The borough released their Resolutions for 2019, but one in particular stands out. Resolution 19-06 calls for, “Approving Protocol for Borough Council Meetings.” This decree requires that: During the public comment period, all audience questions are to be directed to the ...

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RED BANK, NJ – Mayor Pat Menna and councilpersons Kate Triggiano and Hazim Yassin were sworn in yesterday, returning Red Bank to an all Democratic ruling party.  Above, (l to r) Hazim Yassin, Eric Yngstorm, Kathleen Horan, Pat Menna, Ed Zipprich, Michael Ballard & Kate Triggiano Eric ...

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RED BANK, NJ – The borough council called a special session on New Year’s Eve and approved, effective immediately, a “separation agreement” with Eugenia Poulos.  Poulos was hired in January of 2014. Poulos would have attained tenure the next day, but the council voted 4 – 1 to fire ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — Monmouth County Communications Center is now equipped with new technology that can provide first-responders with the locations of 911 calls originating from wireless phones. Through Rapid SOS, the center’s public safety telecommunication employees are able to receive “fast and ...

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RED BANK, NJ – Walker Consultants, a New York based parking design and consulting practice was hired by the borough on June 1st, 2018 to identify current parking issues and future demands. The consulting group collected data that included an accounting of present land assets and identifying ...

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