Red Bank’s council introduced an ordinance Wednesday night that will allow it to spend up to $350,000 from a dedicated parking fund on new pay stations. The stations, expected to debut in mid-June, will replace meters in the lots at White Street, English Plaza, Maple Cove and Marine Park, and along Wharf Avenue north of Union Street, according to borough Administrator Stanley Sickels. Meantime, borough workers have begun numbering spots and building concrete pads for the stations. (Click to enlarge)
The Nauvoo Grill, on Fair Haven Road, would save on parking fees if its request for outdoor dining is approved. (Photo by Dustin Racioppi)
By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
Fair Haven’s borough council this week waived $25,000 in fees that might have been charged to the owner of three prominent properties in town.
The reason, according to Mayor Mike Halfacre: “It’s sort of being a good neighbor type of thing.”