The township council will, among other matters, vote on an ordinance regarding unfit or unsafe building at its meeting Tuesday night.
The council will also take up the long-running case of a liquor license transfer.
The land use ordinance would allow the township council to designate one of the township attorneys to conduct a hearing and issue findings and determination of unfitness under local ordinances and state statutes for properties in town
The liquor license transfer is known as an "in pocket" transfer between Arcadia Group, Inc. and Simon Property Group, Inc. Simon's officials have said they want to lease space to an establishment that would open in the Ocean County Mall. Arcadia is seeking to sell its license – which is not currently being used – to Simon.
The seemingly-routine transfer has faced opposition from one objector, Kim Pascarella, Esq., who is being represented by Terry Brady, Esq.
The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the township municipal complex.