township council meeting, the two ordinances and two additional resolutions regarding the Edison redevelopment project will now be up for approval during the March 20 meeting.
Additionally, the bond ordinance introduced and will be re-introduced March 6 after a procedural error was made, officials announced late Friday night.
"Background information about the township's debt was prepared but not on file in the township clerk's office prior to the Feb. 21 meeting," Mayor Robert Parisi said in a release. Due to the mistake, he said, the bond ordinance will have to be re-introduced.
The March 6 meeting will take place at township hall at 7 p.m. All other actions related to redevelopment will be postponed until March 20.
The council will meet at March 20 at 7 p.m. The meeting will include an as well as answers to any questions and comments from the public.
The council will vote on a resolution approving a modification agreement and an infrastructure construction agreement.
Also up for a vote on second and final reading will be the bond ordinance and the ordinance outlining the financial agreement between the township and the developer.
If all ordinances and resolutions are approved March 20, the developer must still garner approval from the zoning board before proceeding with construction. Construction is expected to take 20 months.