A new police K-9 was “sworn” in with his handler.
A public hears was held for a bond ordinance, from last year, was reintroduced and adopted due to incorrect wording in the original ordinance.
There was a public hearing regarding the Municipal Budget. There were a few people that came to ask about different line items in the budget that have had extreme fluctuations over the past couple of years. The CFO provided clear explanations for those line items.
Resolutions were adopted, one of which renewed a lease that allowed Oasis Therapeutic Life Centers to use a portion of Stevenson Park to farm.
Ordinances were adopted to establish a CAP bank and to set a fair market value for some property the township wants to either purchase or acquire by eminent domain in Belford. Ordinances were introduced to reissue an ordinance from 2017 authorizing to borrow $3.172M for various projects and the other to allocate $259K to begin funding the construction of the new municipal building.Resolutions were adopted to purchase a truck for DPW, award a contract for GIS services, award a contract to construct a pavilion at Poricy Park and to establish an agreement between the township and the Affordable Housing Alliance to prevent homelessness.