RED BANK, NJ: The Red Bank council meeting will be held electronically this Wednesday, January 13, 6:31pm.
According to the borough’s website, the workshop meeting will be held at 6:30pm prior to the council meeting.
Highlights of the agenda:
First Reading Ordinances
The issuing of a bond in the amount of $3,317,000 for various capital improvements.
The issuing of a bond in the amount of $1,757,000 for improvements by Water/Sewer Utility. Funding will, "...include, but not limited to, utility improvements on Broad Street, lift station on High Street, water main improvements on Alston Court, sewer improvements on Hubbard Park.”
The signing of a $2,000 per month, 3-year lease with Trinity Episcopal Church for use as space for a Senior Citizens Center. The Red Bank Senior Center, 80 Shrewsbury Avenue, has been closed for almost two years due to pipes bursting after a deep freeze. To read a TAPinto Red Bank article on a recent rally to “Save the Center,” click HERE.
A Resolution to appoint Greg Cannon borough attorney at, “a monthly fee of $4,000 and an hourly rate of $150 with an annual amount not to exceed $120,000.”
The appointment of Chuck Hunnewell as a member of the Navesink River Municipalities Commission. The Navesink River Municipalities Commission (NRMC), an environmental group that is dedicated on ensuring that our greatest natural asset, the Navesink River, remains an environmentally viable waterway.
The NRMC is made up of two representatives plus a council member from each town that encompass the Navesink River. These include: Tinton Falls, Red Bank, Fair Haven, Rumson, and Middletown.
A Resolution calling upon the White House and Congress to, "reunify immigrant families, release them from detention and afford them due process immigration proceedings."
To read the entire agenda, click HERE.
To read the draft minutes from the November 24 council meeting, click HERE.
To attend, listen and participate in the ZOOM meeting, click HERE.
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