Between the Library and the Howell Public Schools there will be plenty to do in the town this week with something for everyone to enjoy.
On Monday night three a cappella groups from Howell High School will be at the library including Rebel Yell, the Rebelettes and Rebelation. Under the direction of Joe Cantaffa the students will be singing a mix of holiday classics and popular favorites.
The Howell Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to have its usual Breakfast Bonanza on Tuesday morning at Calgo Gardens and will then host its annual Holiday Mixer at 5:30 at the Chapter House.
Also on Tuesday night the Howell Township Council is scheduled to meet. One of the items on the agenda is to sign an agreement to form a sister city relationship with Sukhbaatar District in Mongolia. A delegation from Mongolia has been in town since Saturday taking part in various events with members of the Kalmyk community.
There will also be a presentation by township tax assessor Greg Hutchinson on the new Property Tax Demonstration Program. One of the items on the agenda is to award a contract to the Real Property Data Collection and Verification Services in the amount of $518,827 as part of the Assessment Demonstration Program.
The Howell Board of Education is also scheduled to hold its final meeting of the year on Wednesday night. District Director of Security Neil Brosnan is scheduled to give an update on the safety and security of the schools as part of the agenda. The board is also set to accept the retirement of Ardena School physical education teacher Thomas Brandli effective in February.
Also on Wednesday night the library will host a special presentation by magician Matt Cadabra. The show is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. for the Garden State product.
Thursday night the public is invited to return to the Middle School North Cafetorium for a public information session on a proposed rebalancing plan. If approved the plan, which can be found here, would go into effect for the upcoming school year.