Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor and Council meetings have been nothing short of busy and, at times, contentious.
Plenty of items line the agenda for this Tuesday’s meeting, which begins at 7:30 p.m. at the municipal building.
The scheduled items include bid awards for road reconstruction in Mount Tabor, phase two of roadway improvements to Summit Street, Ball Avenue, and Codit Street, and a supply of Bioxide for the wastewater treatment plant.
Other items are scheduled to confirm the appointment of Gerald P. Scala as the township’s municipal court judge as well as a temporary budget amendment.
At the council’s last meeting, the governing body approved a resolution 3-1 to go forward with an investigation into its own attorney, John Inglesino, and how much he and his law firm have billed the township over the past few years. Just last week, Parsippany Mayor James Barberio said, according to other township counsel, the council’s resolution was not approvable and could not be accepted by the town.
It’s the last meeting of the month with the next session scheduled for May 20. The public is encouraged to attend.