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The Borough Clerk serves as Secretary of the Municipal Corporation and to the governing body, performs general administrative, licensing and election duties. Reports to the Mayor and Council.

Services/Duties

  • Prepares agendas and minutes
  • Maintains general records; provides same as requested
  • Issues licenses and permits
  • Performs payroll and personnel functions
  • Provides support for other departments

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Q:

    Where do I vote?

    A:

    View the voting district street list.

     
  • Q:

    Where can I obtain an OPRA form?

    A:

    Visit our Online Forms page.

     
  • Q:

    Who handles recycling?

    A:

    Recycling for the Borough is handled by Somerset County.

     


 

Proposed Referendum Options - Updated June 10, 2019

Current Ordinance is: 80% acquisition/20% improvements

Proposed Referendum Options

  1. 1. 100% of Open Space Tax revenue may be used for either acquisition or improvements.
     
  2. 2. 20% of Open Space Tax revenue will be only for acquisition; 80% may be used for either acquisition or improvements.
     
  3. 3. Transfer (from the acquisition only portion of the Open Space Fund to the portion available for either acquisition or improvements) of $2 million from Open Space Trust Fund for improvements; maintain current formula of 20% for improvements/80% for acquisition.
     
  4. 4. Transfer (from the acquisition only portion of the Open Space Fund to the portion available for either acquisition or improvements) of $1 million for improvements; 20% for acquisition/80% for either acquisition or improvements, with a sunset date after a specified period of years when revenue will go back to 20% improvements/80% acquisition.
     
  5. 5. Do not have a referendum question to change the Ordinance, but instead use bonding for improvements.
     
  6. 6. Add a sunset after 4 years to any change made by referendum.

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