The Toms River Township Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. July 10 in l, for its regularly scheduled meeting.
On the agenda so far is an ordinance to spend $175,000 on a hybrid reassessment, in other words, a neighborhood's reassessment due to widespread successful tax appeals.
Township Administrator Paul Shives said previously that the township is required to complete the reassessment once enough properties in a neighborhood successfully appeal. With many neighborhoods now needing the hybrid reassessment, the effects of the tax appeals continue to affect the township, Shives said.
It's happened due to falling property values and tax assessments, and now Toms River must embark on the hybrid reassessment to "make current a previous revaluation program of the Township," according to the proposed ordinance.
The complete agenda is available online, here.
Township council members and Mayor Thomas Kelaher have a comments section to the meeting where the officials might give reports on township activities.
However, if you can't make the meeting, you can view the broadcast live on the township website.