An ordinance to bar minors from entering liquor stores unless accompanied by an adult is up for introduction by Red Bank’s governing body tonight.
Also on the agenda: settlements of tax appeals by Sovereign Bank on Broad Street and Sutton Commons apartments on Branch Avenue; and the introduction of measures relating to a bond issue to cover improvements at the borough’s two water plants.
Here’s the full agenda as of 9a Monday; it’s often updated before the meetings begin:
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL BOROUGH OF RED BANK
FEBRUARY 9, 2009
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
APPROVAL OF MINUTES December 22, 2008
January 26, 2009
Cecilia Santiago to the Senior Center Advisory Committee
Lucille Brothers to the Rent Leveling Board
REPORTS OF MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS
COMMUNICATIONS AND PETITIONS
Requests from the Company of Dance Arts and Red Bank Charter School Foundation for raffle licenses.
Request from the Diocese of Trenton to hold their annual march from St. Anthonys Church north on Bridge Avenue to Chestnut Street to Maple Avenue to Peters Place to Broad Street to Newman Springs Road on Saturday, March 24, 2009, pending approval of the Chief of Police.
PUBLIC COMMENT ON RESOLUTIONS ON THE AGENDA AND ORDINANCES ON THE AGENDA ON FIRST READING
ORDINANCES First Reading
2009-3 An Ordinance Authorizing the Conveyance of a Right of Way to the Borough upon Certain Portions of the Property known as 55 Fisher Place, Block 13, Lots 20.17 and 20.18 from Patrick McGeehan and Kerri Lynn McGeehan.
2009-4 Bond Ordinance Amending and Supplementing Bond Ordinance Number 2008-24 heretofore Finally Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Red Bank, in the County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey on October 13, 2008, entitled, Bond Ordinance Providing for Various 2008 Capital Improvements by the Water/Sewer Utility of the Borough of Red Bank, in the County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey Appropriating $675,000 Therefor and Authorizing the Issuance of $675,000 Bonds or Notes to Finance the Cost Thereof, to Increase the Appropriation therein by $2,410,000 and to Increase the Authorization of Bonds or Notes therein by $2,289,500 to Finance Part of the Cost Thereof.
2009-5 An Ordinance Amending and Supplementing the Chapter VI, Alcoholic Beverage Control, Adding Section 6-5.5, Persons Under 21 Unaccompanied by Adults Prohibited at Licensed Premises.
ORDINANCES Public Hearing and Final Adoption
2009-1 An Ordinance to Exceed the Municipal Budget Appropriation Limits and to Establish a Cap Bank (N.J.S.A. 40A:4-45.14)
2009-2 An Ordinance Authorizing the Dedication and Conveyance of a Perpetual Shore Protection Easement to the State of New Jersey with Regard to Marine Park.
09-52 A Resolution Authorizing Contract for Animal Warden Services with the Township of Shrewsbury.
09-53 A Resolution Authorizing Contract for Animal Warden Services with the Borough of Fair Haven.
09-54 A Resolution to Commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Education Center for Brookdale Community College.
09-55 A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and the Borough Clerk to Execute a Developers Agreement with Chelsea Place @ Red Bank, L.L.C.
09-56 A Resolution Awarding Contract for Sponsorship and Promotion for the 2009 Red Bank Summer Series, Produced by the Red Bank Parks & Recreation Department.
09-57 A Resolution Authorizing Application to the County of Monmouth for a Grant toward the Cost of Project for Protection against Beach Erosion.
09-58 A Resolution Authorizing Transfer of Current Fund Appropriation Reserve.
09-59 A Resolution Rejecting all Bids for a Contract Related to the Chestnut Street Well Rehabilitation Project.
09-60 A Resolution Amending the 2009 Temporary Appropriations.
09-61 A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and the Borough Clerk to Execute a Contract with the Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey to Provide Public Health Nursing Services.
09-62 A Resolution Authorizing Tax Appeal Settlement Regarding Sutton Commons, L.L.C., Block 113, Lot 22.01, 165 Branch Avenue, Red Bank, New Jersey.
09-63 A Resolution Authorizing Tax Appeal Settlement Regarding Block 105, Lot 1.01, the Sovereign Bank Branch on Broad Street, Red Bank, New Jersey.
09-64 A Resolution of the Borough of Red Bank, Monmouth County, State of New Jersey,
authorizing submission of a commitment letter to the New Jersey Environmental
Infrastructure Trust for the inclusion in the 2009 Financing Program for the Water
Water Treatment Facilities Improvement Projects.
09-65 A Resolution of the Borough of Red Bank, Monmouth County, State of New Jersey,
authorizing submission of a Loan Application and Design Documents to the New
Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust for inclusion in the 2009 Financing Program for the Water Treatment Facilities Improvement Projects.
ARC Awareness Month March 2009
PAYMENT OF VOUCHERS