PHILLIPSBURG, N.J. – Phillipsburg City Council adopted its 2022 municipal finances by a 4-1 vote Tuesday evening.
The overall finances for the 12 months involves $20,162,313, down from final 12 months’s finances of $20,661,877. Nonetheless, the native tax fee will enhance to 1.5402 mills, up 1.26% from 1.5210 mills in 2021.
Meaning a resident whose house is assessed at $250,000, can pay $3,850 in native taxes, and a complete of round $10,392 with all native, county and faculty taxes.
“I imagine it is a good, sturdy and, most of all, bipartisan finances,” mentioned Council Vice President Lee Clark.
Peter Marino was the only real dissenting vote.
Council additionally launched an ordinance for reconstruction of Hudson Road. The work can be carried out between Warren Road and Evelyn Avenue.
The venture has a finances of $550,000, with about half of the funding coming from a New Jersey Division of Transportation grant.
As well as, the city plans to make the intersection of Hudson and Miller streets a four-way cease.
A gaggle of Carpentersville Street residents attended Tuesday’s assembly to ask council to take a look at site visitors calming measures for his or her road.
They mentioned there’s a recurring drawback with rushing on the 25 mph highway and frequent accidents, together with one final month which noticed a automotive flip over and land on the entrance garden of 80 Carpentersville Street.
Council agreed to boost the problem at its subsequent work session.