RED BANK, NJ: The Red Bank council will meet this Wednesday February 12th, At Borough Hall, 90 Monmouth Street.
Highlights of the agenda:
- A Resolution to settle a lawsuit brought by Memone Crystian, former head of Red Bank’s Parks and Recreation, who filed a federal lawsuit in November of 2017 against the borough and several former and current officials. Crystian alleged she was subject to racial bias and a hostile work environment.
To read a previous TAPinto Red Bank article on this , including a copy of the lawsuit, click HERE.
- A Resolution to hire the engineering firm of Mott McDonald to perform a water utility inventory project at a cost not to exceed $77,250
- A Resolution to hire the engineering firm of CME Associates to perform a traffic circulation and on street parking study in the downtown area of the Borough at a cost not to exceed $59,500
- A First Reading of a previous great debate on the mass releasing of balloons in the borough
To read the draft minutes from the council’s February 5th Workshop Meeting, click HERE.
To read the draft minutes from the council’s January 22nd Regular Meeting, click HERE.
A number of requests to hold special events in the borough, including the Beer, Wine and Food Fest, Sunday in the Park with the NJ Symphony, the 11th Annual Guinness Oyster Festival, and many others.
To see the dates of these special events and read the entire agenda, click HERE.
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