Stone Harbor Council held a special meeting March 22, at which Public Works Director and Interim Administrator Manny Parada provided the public with details on a flood mitigation pilot project that's about to be implemented in the borough.
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As Avalon and Stone Harbor eagerly await the start of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers beach replenishment project, Avalon Council heard March 22 that a “slight delay” in the schedule may move the start date to mid-April.
In separate borough council meetings, neighboring municipalities Avalon and Stone Harbor saw their governing bodies support a plan to allow credit and debit card purchases of beach tags at borough halls and beach tag offices.
Stone Harbor has been struggling for several months with needed permits for beach repair and maintenance.
Stone Harbor Council introduced the 2023 municipal budget March 21 with a 3.4% increase in the local purpose tax rate.
Stone Harbor Council heard a report from the borough’s Construction Official Ray Poudrier on proposed changes to the borough’s flood prevention ordinance March 21.
The council introduced an ordinance March 21, amending the borough’s code in order to better define the role of the administrator.
At the Stone Harbor Council meeting March 7, Chief Financial Officer James Craft summarized the 2023 budget that will come forward for introduction later in the month.
The Municipal Public Access Plan (MPAP) that had been sitting with the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for over three months has been signed.
Stone Harbor Council heard options for pedestrian safety improvements at a busy intersection at 96th Street and Third Avenue Feb. 7.