Agenda For March 9 Town Council Meeting Posted


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The Verona Town Council  will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 9, 2020 in the municipal building at 600 Bloomfield Avenue.

Three ordinances will be up for a public hearing and vote:

One proposed ordinance will be introduced regarding salary for the Rent Board secretary, and there will be eight proposed resolutions:
1. Resolution No. 2020-___ Change Order – 19-04 Mechanical Bar Screen
2. Resolution No. 2020-___ Authorizing Contract with FSD Enterprises, LLC
3. Resolution No. 2020-___ Authorizing Contract with Hendricks Appraisal
Company, LLC
4. Resolution No. 2020-___ Authorizing Agreement with Rent Board Attorney
5. Resolution No. 2020-___ Reject Bids for Contact #20-01
6. Resolution No. 2020-___ Shared Services Agreement – Roseland – Street
7. Resolution No. 2020-___ Accepting 2020 US Census Grant from the County
of Essex ($3,000)
8. Resolution No. 2020-___ Refund Escrow – 248 Linden Avenue

You can read the full agenda online here. In addition, there will be a special meeting in the Council chambers on Wednesday, March 11, at 7 p.m.  so that PIRHL Development, the proposed redeveloper of the former Cameco factory can present its concept plan for the affordable housing to go there. The next regular Council meeting will be Monday, March 23, 7 p.m., but the April meeting dates have been changed. The meetings will be April 13 and 27, instead of April 6 and 20.

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