A slew of town improvements are scheduled to take place in 2014, but the council will first have to approve a multi-million dollar bond ordinance this week.
On Tuesday night’s council agenda is an ordinance that would bond out $2.47 million under a $2.6 million line item of capital improvement projects.
The monies, if approved, would be used toward sidewalk improvements, dam improvements, park and recreation improvements, Department of Public Works equipment, building improvements and the stone wall project at the Morristown/Morris Township library, according to the meeting’s agenda.
The council approved its budget earlier this year which had a flat tax increase for the fourth consecutive year.
The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 10 at 7 p.m. and is open to the public.