Thursday, May 4, 2017

May 1, 2017 Middletown Township Committee Meeting

At the recent meeting of the Middletown Township Committee which was held Monday night, an ordinance was introduced to amend the Zoning Map. This involves 2 ordinances that were previously introduced and adopted. It is not certain as to why they were never enacted at the time of adoption, but this ordinance was introduced to ensure that the zoning map is actually updated.

Another ordinance was introduced to accept the Belford Redevelopment Study done by T&M Engineering. A large portion of the Belford wetlands is included in this redevelopment study. The study that is the focus of this ordinance can be viewed... HERE

The Lincroft Village Green Association announced a fundraiser, to fund the well and irrigation system at the Lincroft Village Green. The fundraiser will be a food truck and antique car show at Parking Lot 1 of Brookdale Community College on Friday, June 16 from 3-8pm



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.

4 comments:

jimlevan said...

Mike - any insight into timing on when they would kick off the Port Belford plan?

Michael Morris said...

No idea at this time. I haven't heard much to date.

jimlevan said...

Thanks Mike - appreciate your posts here. Any idea when the next meeting open to the public re the project would be? I'm local in Port Monmouth and would love to attend and provide feedback

Michael Morris said...

I haven't heard anything regarding the next public meeting either. You can possibly check the township website for an update or check the recent Middletown Matters newsletter. I'm not sure if the Belford project was mentioned but the Port Monmouth Flood project was.