Town Council will once again meet for its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at . Want to know some of the agenda items before heading over? Read on (and, feel free to check out the entire agenda, included with this post).
- Liquor Licenses: Both of these proposed liquor license transfers– and –have caused a fair amount of heat at recent council meetings. On the agenda for Tuesday's meeting is not the Alcoholic Beverage Control hearings for these, but the scheduling of their ABC hearings. Attorney Robert Williams, representing both transfers, is asking for it to be scheduled after the May 22 regular council meeting.
- Proclamations: If you attend council meetings on a regular basis, you will be familiar with Bill Byrne. The council stalwart often speaks during the public portion, to ask a question, report an issue or let everyone know about something he has done or participated in to promote the betterment of the handicapped through ARC of New Jersey. On Tuesday, those efforts will be recognized by Mayor Tim Dougherty, who will present a proclamation to Byrne for "Bill Byrne Day."
- Paving: The council has a resolution endorsing and supporting the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Route I-287 Pavement Resurfacing and Eden Lane Deck Replacement Project from south of the South Street underpass in Morristown to the Littleton overpass in Parsippany. It notes an approval of a waiver of the Town’s noise control regulations.
- Green Acres Funding: A resolution on the agenda calls for the amendment of the authorized grant application funding amounts with the Department of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program, from $97,500 to $100,000 and the Town’s obligation amount from $292,500 to $300,000. There is nothing on the agenda which states any specific application this is applying to.