The Mayor and Council of Farmingdale want to first express our deepest sympathies to the families involved in the tragedy which occurred Friday night. Please keep the families in your prayers, while respecting their privacy in this time of grieving.
Easter falls on Sunday, April 20th this year.
Local Easter Egg Hunts are in swing. Be sure and check your town’s
website for dates and times.
Here is where you can find a complete list of all Monmouth County Municipalities.
Although the town Easter Egg Hunts are usually for residents only.
Here is a list of fun things for everyone. You can find them all and more information on the BizEturtle Calendar of Plays & Events.
KEEP an eye on the Calendar. More added every day.
Saturday, April 5, LUNCH WITH THE EASTER BUNNY
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM at Manasquan Fire Company No. 2
111 Parker Avenue, Manasquan
RSVP: 732-223-2807, Cost: $5
Saturday, April 5, EASTER EGG HUNT
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM at Eastside Park
Harrison Avenue, Red Bank
Sunday, April 6, PANCAKE BREAKFAST WITH THE EASTER BUNNY
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM at Glendola Fire Department
3404 Belmar Blvd, Wall Township
Adults $6.00 Children $4.00
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According the Politickernj, the governor appoints a new council in this circumstance.
Politickernj reported that all of the resigning council members are Republicans. Monmouth GOP Chairman John Bennett is the borough attorney.
Mayor Jay Morgan, who has not resigned, could not be reached for comment.
Chairman Bennett told MMM that the resignations have been happening over the last month. One council member, a Democrat per Bennett, resigned a month ago and a new Democrat was appointed but not sworn in. Two Republican council members resigned last Tuesday and the remaining three Republican council members resigned last night.
Bennett also said that the borough clerk/administrator resigned effective August 1 and that the code enforcement officer resigned, came back and resigned again within the last month.
“You’ll have to ask them,” Bennett said when asked why the exodus, “I can tell you that it is not over anything illegal, it is a matter of personalities.”
Farmingdale is a .523 squre mile patch, population 1329, according to the 2010 U.S. Census, that is completely within the borders of Howell Township. Prior to 1903, Farmingdale was part of Howell.
Howell Mayor Bob Walsh says it is time for Farmingdale to be absorbed back into Howell.
The borough does not have its own police department. The State Police provides Farmingdale’s police services. The borough has an elementary school. High school students residing in the borough attend the Freehold Regional High School District.
Walsh noted that a Farmingdale resident was a Monmouth County Freeholder back in the 30’s or 40’s, and that Howell has never had a Freeholder. MMM suggested that if he could manage to take back Farmingdale, he could drop that complaint.Posted: August 7th, 2012 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County | Tags: Borough of Farmingdale, Farmingdale | 7 Comments »