It seems hard to believe but the summer of 2013 is almost over and this week the Howell Township Council and the Howell Board of Education will be busy wrapping up their work before the fall arrives.
The Mayor and Council will try their first meeting at the new 7 p.m. start time on Tuesday night at the Municipal Building. There is a full agenda including proclamations honoring Christa Riddle of the Howell Municipal Alliance and the participants in the recent Law Enforcement Youth Academy.
The Farmingdale-Howell First Aid Squad will also be signing an agreement with the township for third party billing. They join the Howell First Aid Squad in this new structure, operating independently but under the license of the howell Township Police EMS, State Department of Health license number.
The township is also signing a new lease with the Howell Pop Warner and Howell American youth Football and Cheer for use of land on Old Tavern Road.
On Wednesday night Howell Public Schools Superintendent Enid Golden is expected to present her goals for the upcoming school year during the meeting at Middle School North. The agenda also calls for the approval of the National School Breakfast Program district wide. Most of the items up for approval deal with filling teaching positions for the upcoming school year.
For people heading to the meeting and looking for something to eat beforehand Woody’s Roadside Tavern can provide a good meal while also helping a local family. The Farmingdale establishment is hosting a fundraiser for a customer battling Multiple Myeloma and money raised will be used to defray financial costs incurred during the illness.
After a long week Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is offering a chance to cut loose and enjoy some big band music with a concert by the Nocturnes. The concert is a fundraiser for the church and a $10 donation is suggested for a night that will include music and light refreshments.
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