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Posted on: April 1, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Middletown Township Committee to Host Virtual and In-Person Workshop Meeting on Monday, 4/5

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For Immediate Release

April 1, 2021

MIDDLETOWN, NJ — The Middletown Township Committee today announced that the Workshop Meeting on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 7:00 PM will be open to the public with social distancing measures in place and made available live through WebEx Event Center.

If you plan on attending the meeting in person, please note that the maximum occupancy in the Courtroom due to COVID-19 is 40 people. There are stickers placed in the pews directing people where to sit.

If you will be participating remotely, you can do so by clicking this event link. To call in to the meeting, dial 1-408-418-9388. The event access code is 129 449 8530 followed by #. Enter 2021 if a passcode is required.

Prior to the Township Committee Meeting, the event link will be published on the Township’s Facebook page. If residents are not able to view the meeting live, the recording will be aired on the Township’s TV channel (Verizon FiOS Channel 26/Comcast Cable Channel 20) and YouTube channel.

The April 5th meeting agenda provides an opportunity for public comment for the following agenda item. Members of the public may comment only on this topic:

  • PUBLIC HEARING 2021-3305 Ordinance to Exceed the Municipal Budget Appropriation Limits And To Establish A Cap Bank CY 2021

Click HERE to view the meeting agenda.

Upon completion of the business of the meeting, there will be a Public Comments portion where members of the public will be able to make comments for up to 5 minutes. Directions will be provided by the Township Clerk.

Please CLICK HERE for detailed instructions on how to join a Webex event through your mobile device or desktop/tablet.

Any questions regarding this meeting can be directed to the Township Clerk’s Office at 732-615-2015.


Click HERE to access the meeting.
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