Monday, February 8, 2016

February 1, 2016 Middletown Township Committee Meeting

At last Monday night's Township Committee meeting a public hearing was held on an ordinance to establish a cap bank to in order to potentially exceed the 2% budget cap . The ordinance was adopted.

Resolutions were adopted to renew some shared service agreements that will allow the township to use a meter to detect lead in paint and another to utilize some health services provided by the county. The Township Committee also adopted a resolution to accept a Planning Board determination that the Belford seaport area is an area that is in need of redevelopment.

A Discussion also took place about increasing fees for recreation activities and the Green Team will apply for grant funds to conduct educational activities, which will allow the township obtain a silver status rating.

As always, you can download a copy of the Meeting Agenda that contains the discussion items and the proposed resolutions and ordinances that were voted on or presented during the meeting. A box around an item is a link, bringing you further into the document to that resolution or ordinance. At the end of the resolution there will be a link bringing you back to the agenda. Attached to this agenda is also the monthly bill list, so that everyone can see how the Township is spending our tax dollars.

1 comment:

The Chapel Hill Neighborhood Group said...

The Green Team? Interesting term being used when right now there is no Green Acres money available to the town, thanks to the town fathers ignoring the NJDEP and allowing Croydon Hall to be occupied looong after they should have been out of the space. Inquiring minds want to know why this is allowed to continue, despite letters of warning of the indiscretion from the top dogs at the NJDEP. Why does it take pressure from the citizens of this town before something is done to right a terrible wrong?