School Make-Up Days, Residents Want JCP&L Answers Top Local News
Dress code discussion, T-Mobile lawsuit and no decision on housing development.
A special planning board meeting has been scheduled for Dec. 10 because a decision has not yet been reached on whether to allow 18 homes to be built on the former Wemple property.
Local residents are sending an email to officials to ask for a Dec. 7 meeting with JCP&L President Don Lynch and others to get answers about the response to Hurricane Sandy.
The township responded to the lawsuit filed by T-Mobile concerning a 130-foot cell tower, saying that many of the allegations by the cellular company are false.
Spring break could be cut if more snow days are needed for the rest of the year, but right now, the board is looking at eliminating some of Presidents' Day weekend, with a final decision to be made Nov. 27.
The board opted to leave the decision about a dress code up to the individual schools, but they would like to hear a report at some point from Bridgewater-Raritan High School principal Brett Charleston.
The township council set aside emergency funds to pay for yard waste pick-ups to clean up after Hurricane Sandy.