2023 Township Committee
From left: Committeeman Kevin M Settembrino, Mayor Tony Perry, Committeewoman Kimberly Kratz, Deputy Mayor Rick W. Hibell, and Photo courtesy of Brian Anderson Photography
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Township Committee meetings are open to the public. View the township calendar for upcoming meeting dates. Meeting agendas, minutes, resolutions and ordinances are maintained by the Township Clerk and are available to view online or at Town Hall.
Watch past Township Committee Meetings by visiting the Middletown Township YouTube Channel.
Township of Middletown operates under the Township Committee form of government. The 5 members are elected at-large to staggered 3-year terms. The Township Committee conducts a reorganization meeting annually in January. At this meeting the Township Committee elects one of the 5 members to serve as Mayor and 1 to serve as Deputy Mayor for a 1-year term. The Mayor chairs Township Committee meetings and performs other duties as the Township Committee and the state law prescribes.
The Township Committee is the legislative and executive body of the township. The Township Committee has the responsibility for passing laws and setting policies that affect the Township. The Township Committee appoints the Township Administrator. He is responsible for carrying out the Committee's decisions and overseeing day-to-day operations.
Residents can contact Township Committee members through the Township Clerk's Office at 732-615-2015.
Mayor's Office Hours
Mayor Tony Perry holds in-person office hours on the second Wednesday of every month from 5 - 6:30 pm. Residents are encouraged to sign up for a 15-minute appointment and stop by the Mayor's Office on the second floor of Town Hall (1 Kings Highway) to have a one-on-one conversation to discuss their concerns. Register for Mayor's Office Hours.
Office hours on Wednesday, April 12th are canceled.