Our Peeping Goat had the good sense to run from harm.
Let’s hope our Borough Council will do the same!
The Council is under pressure to burden Borough taxpayers with more than their fair share of school taxes, jeopardizing its ability to provide urgent necessities like new fire trucks.
Why would our Borough Council even consider jeopardizing its ability to meet pressing needs?
Why should Chatham Borough pay more than its fair share of school taxes?
Shouldn’t Borough residents have a say in such a decision?
Tell your Council to stay in its own lane and follow the normal procedure.
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Our Borough Council got some good news at its April 10 meeting.
Retired Bloomfield Fire Captain Robert Penn reported that the apartment project going up on River Road is far safer than he had expected. Check out his words at minute 1:29:28:
With that, Captain Penn put to rest most of the fire safety concerns he had raised at the March 27 Council meeting.
https://chathamborough.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=1&clip_id=121 Go to minute 1:56:56
Of course, our volunteer fire fighters are still hobbled by ancient fire trucks and have no good way to put out fires in the growing number of electric cars.
https://chathamborough.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=1&clip_id=121 Go to minute 53:00
Let’s say the monstrous development that’s devouring River Road does bring an average of $1.73 million into the Borough’s coffers each year, as the Council predicts.
What shall we do with all that money?
Here’s your chance to weigh in:
Believe it or not, there’s a lot more to come:
Want to see massive overdevelopment like that all over town? Re-elect Karen Koronkiewicz