Town Council Approves Professional Services Contract and Operational Agreements

In the latest Piscataway Township Council meeting, council members authorized a professional services contract, approved two Ford pickups with plow and Sanders, and granted municipal consent for cable television operation. The meeting also saw discussions on various agendas, and the celebration of a Deputy Clerk’s certification.

The council granted a Professional Services contract to Nigerian Associates for a project from Carlton Avenue to Cumberland Road. The contract, not exceeding $74,550, signifies the council’s ongoing commitment to improving local infrastructure, although further details about the project were not provided during the meeting.

Councilwoman Lombardi and Councilman Espinosa voiced their approval for acquiring two 2024 Ford F250 pickups with plow and Sanders from Wier Ford Cherry Hill. The vehicles, not exceeding $143,300 in total cost, will be procured through State contract, furthering the council’s investment in the town’s maintenance and snowy weather preparedness.

In addition, the council also granted municipal consent for the operation of cable television systems in the township to CSC TKR LLC, DBA Cablevision of Ron Valley. The decision will likely impact local cable service availability and options, although specifics were not discussed during the council session.

The meeting also recognized Deputy Clerk, Kelly Mitch, who recently passed her registered municipal clerk exam, earning her certification. Fellow council members offered their congratulations, highlighting the importance of skilled and knowledgeable staff in the smooth running of local government.

The council also discussed upcoming amendments to various chapters of the municipal code. However, the specifics of these amendments were not detailed during the meeting. The council will host another session on December 19th, 2023 to further discuss these changes.

Note: This meeting summary was generated by AI, which can occasionally misspell names, misattribute actions, and state inaccuracies. This summary is intended to be a starting point and you should review the meeting record linked above before acting on anything you read. If we got something wrong, let us know. We’re working every day to improve our process in pursuit of universal local government transparency.

Brian C. Wahler
City Council Officials:
Frank Uhrin, Gabrielle Cahill, Linwood D. Rouse, Kapil K. Shah, Dennis Espinosa, Sharon Carmichael, Michele Lombardi

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