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Posted on: December 16, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Want to know what is being discussed by Common Council at its next meeting?

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At the Common Council meeting on December 17, there will be no presentations and there are nine resolutions for consideration.  

There are a few resolutions to be voted on, including the authorization for the City to submit an application to NJ Transit for Summit Public Art to place a mural on Springfield Avenue, a resolution to rebid for a new contract for recyclables will be considered, as well as a resolution to enter into an agreement with the Police Benevolent Association. 

To view the complete Common Council agenda: 


There are no ordinances for consideration at this meeting.

Resolutions for Consideration

There are a few resolutions for consideration to:  (a) to approve the submission of a grant application by the Environmental Commission to plant 100 trees for a reforestation project; (b) a resolution to install a flashing pedestrian crosswalk beacon at Union Place and Summit Avenue ; (c) a resolution to install a traffic signal at the intersection of Morris Avenue and Orchard Street; (d) three resolutions to approve change orders for road improvement projects  ; and (e) end of the year resolutions for salaries, legal counsel services, and other professionals.

Next Council Meeting: The next meeting will be on Thursday, January 2 at 7:30PM.

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