SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - Tonight’s South Brunswick Town Council Meeting will be held remotely via the internet as to avoid a large gathering of people, part of Governor Murphy’s order to avoid all large gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic. To access the meeting portal at 6P.M, click here. Residents can join the meeting by phone by calling 1-669-234-1704. The Access code is 969 641 796, Meeting Password is KEr5Dg79x8t (53753479 from phones).

            Public comments can be emailed before the meeting begins by sending all relevant comments to Norma Carbin at ncarbin@sbtnj.net or Barbara Nyitrai at bnyitrai@sbtnj.net. The township asks that all comments be very detailed and specific.

            Due to the pandemic, some ordinances that were originally supposed to be on the agenda have been postponed. One of the ordinances is 2020-13, which suggests charging any parcel of land an additional $88.95 fee per quarter to gain access to 5,000 gallons of water. The ordinance also outlines pricing for those who use additional water. Another ordinance that has been rescheduled is 2020-14, which erases three handicapped parking spots, including one at 1225 Briarwood Road. These ordinances will be heard at a later date.