Middlesex Borough will be hosting a series of public input sessions to discuss the future of the Lincoln Boulevard Redevelopment Plan. All meeting sessions will be held at 7 p.m. at the Borough Council Chambers on the dates listed below.
Mayor Ron DiMura, Borough Council and Economic Development Specialist Colin Driver are inviting residents to attend and review the original visioning process and public input that led to the creation of the redevelopment plan.
“The Lincoln Boulevard Redevelopment Plan is now 10 years old, it was the outcome of a public vision and input at that time. Much has happened since that time, a financial crisis, a significant change in attitudes and habits of younger people, empty nesters looking to downsize and much more, “ added Colin Driver, the Borough’s Economic Development Specialist. “The Borough recognizes that the Plan needs to reflect the changes that have taken place over the past decade and is inviting the Public to discuss with the Economic Development Committee how and what they would like to see the area redevelop.”
The preliminary dates and focus points for these public meetings are as follows:
- February 22, 2018 - Review Town Center Area
- March 22, 2018 - Review Gateway Area
- June 28, 2018 - Review West Market Area
- August 23, 2018 - Review Transition Areas
- October 25, 2018 - Recap and Additions
Participants will be able to discuss their ideas and concerns about redevelopment with the Economic Development Committee and Borough professionals. All residents are encouraged to attend.
The Borough of Middlesex is seeking volunteers for all of their boards, committees and commissions for the 2018 year.
Please review the full list of available places below and check off any that you may be interested in hearing more about. Each board, committee or commission has different requirements for the year, all of which will be disclosed to you via e-mail. Please note that by selecting to hear more about how to volunteer for the Borough does in no way obligate you to pursue further action.
These are available to Middlesex Borough residents only.
Annual Dog/Cat License Renewal Applications for 2018 have been sent out via email to all pet owners who have supplied the Borough with a valid email address. If you did not receive an application, you may apply online from our website. You can find the link under our Forms page. Payment must be received before a license can be issued. Applications are also available at the Clerk’s Office. Proof of updated rabies vaccination is only needed if the rabies vaccination expires prior to November 1, 2018 or if this is a new registration. Please be advised that no applications will be accepted prior to January 1, 2018. Payment must be received by February 28th in order to avoid a $10.00 late fee.