LOWER TOWNSHIP COUNCIL LACKS VOTES FOR DISBANDMENT OF MUA

Erik Simonsen
Erik Simonsen

The final step to disband the MUA in Lower Township is a four-fifths council vote in favor. Coastal Broadcasting can confirm that council will lack the votes necessary to make such a move. Councilmen Erik Simonsen and Tom Conrad separately told Coastal Broadcasting they would not vote to disband the MUA. Simonsen offered a compromise plan of sharing services, noting that the $1 million estimate in savings was before pay raises were given to employees to take on the additional work and the benefits that would be paid to the workers of the MUA that are brought over in the transition. The state’s local finance board vote unanimously to allow the township to take a final disbandment vote.

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