RED BANK, NJ:  The Red Bank Council will meet on Wednesday, November 13th, at Borough Hall, 90 Monmouth Street.

The council will discuss a Resolution calling for a commission to study the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), that was signed into New Jersey law back in 2002.

With limited exceptions, the law mandates that government records be available for easy public access and that the request procedures be simple, with minimum bureaucratic red tape.

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To read the Resolution, click HERE.

Other Agenda items include:

Combining of several Bond Ordinances for water and sewer, general improvement and parking.  The total sum issued is $2,712,000.

To read the Ordinance and see the dollar amounts, click HERE.

An Ordinance to delete the requirement that a person seeking a business license be a citizen of the United States.

To read the Ordinance, click HERE.

Approve Sickles Market to move their “pocket” liquor license to their new digs over at the newly remodeled Anderson Building, 200 Monmouth Street.

An Ordinance rejecting all bids for a new fire suppression system at the Senior Citizen’s Center.

To read the Ordinance, click HERE.

To read 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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