Tonight is Fair Haven Borough Council meeting night.
There are a few things on the agenda that may pique people’s interest.
First, Larry Quigley, a longtime resident who has served on roughly nine committees and commissions, including the Planning and Zoning boards and Historic Preservation Commission, will be honored with a proclamation.
Congratulations to Larry. Rumson-Fair Haven Retrospect will be there to follow up with a full story.
In addition to Quigley’s proclamation, a few issues will be workshopped.
Among those issues on the agenda is a slated discussion on invasive (plant) species. Mayor Ben Lucarelli had said that while the borough is hesitant to be the arbiter of what people can and cannot plant on their properties, there have been problems with species — a certain variety of bamboo, in particular — rooting, creeping under property lines and cracking and unearthing driveways, for instance.
A speed limit change to River Road will also be discussed as will some tree permit denials.
To check out the agenda yourself, click here.