An ordinance was passed that delegated who would be responsible for enforcing nuisance penalties. An ordinance was introduced that sets fees for the purchase of extra garbage carts. A resolution was given a separate vote to set the salary, for the Tax Assessor at $121,088 and appoint Assistant Tax Assessor, Alex Worth, as Tax Assessor, replacing Charles Heck. Of the discussion items, the Clerk spent a great deal of time to explain how an online records request system would work and be of benefit to the town. A representative of the Lincroft Village Green Association provided a status of the progress being done in their irrigation project at the Village Green Park in Lincroft.
The Committee seat left vacant by Steve Massell was filled with the appointment of Anthony Perry, the son-in-law of Mayor Scharfenberger. A certificate recognizing the Thompson Middle School Girls Cross Country Team was presented for winning the title in their sport. A proclamation was presented to the Municipal Alliance for recognizing December as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. Other proclamations were read into the record. Ordinances were passed that granted an easement to a land locked property and to dissolve the municipal garbage district. An ordinance was introduced to amend the enforcement of nuisance penalties.