COVID-19 Keeps Meeting Hybrid For Mendham Township Committee

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MENDHAM, NJ — Mendham’s Township Committee plans to meet both in-person and remotely on Monday night at 7:30 p.m., with a virtual component remaining because of COVID-19.

As of Jan. 21, the county of Morris reported that since the pandemic began in March 2020, there have been 770 positive COVID-19 cases in Mendham Township, with 59 new cases between Jan. 14 and 21.

The in-person segment is at town hall on 2 W. Main St. Click here to attend the meeting on Zoom.

Among some items for discussion and approval:

Three presentations will be made at the meeting. One of them is for The Sharing Project, a group of teens that grows and donates produce to Morris County food pantries. The next is about the Ralston Cider Mill. The third is a reassessment update.

The Township Committee plans to approve a resolution for a $5,000 contract for H2M Associates, a professional planning group.

The committee has a resolution for approval for grant funding from the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse for the county. The Mendham Municipal Alliance grant’s strategic plan asks for $10,112.

Another resolution is for a cleaning company. Blue Line Quality Services will be contracted at $2,400 monthly to clean several buildings, if the resolution is adopted. They will clean town hall, the library, the police station, and both the Brookside and Ralston fire stations.

Click here for the Township Committee’s agenda.

The committee also plans on a special executive session at 7 p.m. relating to the municipal building renovations. See more details here.

Questions or comments about this story? Have a news tip? Contact me at: jennifer.miller@patch.com.

This article originally appeared on the Mendham-Chester Patch

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