RED BANK, NJ: Looks like a pretty light agenda to kick off the first council meeting of fall season.
Highlights of Ordinances being voted on include:
The naming of a small alley way to “Iceboat Lane.” Initially it was to be named after former Mayor Ed McKenna, Jr. but was dropped after several resident objected relating several incidents and convictions of the former mayor including; driving while intoxicated and one when a pedestrian was struck crossing E. Front Street. To read the Ordinance, click HERE.
Amendments to the use of gas stations, regulations on the designated “Train Station Zoning District, and “Transit Village,” and acquisition of easements on the White Street and English Plaza parking lots.
Some Resolutions being considered:
Execution of a pending agreement with an electricity supplier company which may lower the rates for borough residents, and a pending contract for the Bellhaven Nature Area Park Improvements.
The council will meet in executive session to discuss litigation on the tax appeals for 140-148 Broad Street, a set of buildings presently anchored by the TwoRiver Community Bank, and 133 Broad Street, a large parking lot.
To read the agenda, click HERE.
The council meeting is scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, September 25th, 6:30pm, at Borough Hall, located at 90 Monmouth street.
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