Council Meetings and School Safety Pilot Program in the Week Ahead
Find out what's going on this week in Verona and Cedar Grove.
Both the Verona and Cedar Grove Councils will meet on Monday March 18 for regularly scheduled sessions.
The Verona Township Council meets at 7 p.m. at the Verona Civic Center at 600 Bloomfield Ave. A meeting agenda is attached as a pdf.
During its previous meeting, the council discussed phase two of the Hilltop Park project. Deputy Mayor Bob Manley envisions an amphitheater to be part of the project.
The Verona Council has a special budget workshop scheduled for Tuesday at 7 p.m. to introduce the $21 million budget. A meeting agenda is attached as a pdf.
The Cedar Grove Township Council will also meet Monday at 7 p.m. at town hall, 525 Pompton Ave. A meeting agenda is attached as a pdf.
During a recent meeting, the council discussed adding parking restrictions to Ridge Court after complaints of many high school students parking in front of houses all day instead of the high school parking lot.
Students at Verona High School will have to start displaying their ID cards in school starting Monday as part of a new school safety pilot program.
“Students can have the IDs on lanyards, on backpacks or on their clothing,” Verona Police Chief Douglas Huber said last week. "They just have to make sure they have them.”
Verona High School will be holding an instant decision day, in which representatives from local county colleges will meet with students for instant admission. Instant decision day will be held on Wednesday, April 3. Students must sign up in the Verona High School Counseling Office by Wednesday, March 20.
The Cedar Grove Planning Board will also meet on Tuesday this week. The meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. to discuss a property located at 10 Cliffside Drive concerning Verizon Wireless. A meeting agenda is attached as a pdf.