Parking Permit Fees to Increase in Millburn

The township committee unanimously voted Tuesday to raise annual fees by $100.

The Millburn Township Committee raised annual parking permit fee prices $100 at the township committee meeting Tuesday, according to a report on the Alternative Press.

The article states that the committee originally intended to raise prices $200 for annual permit fees, but after discussion with representatives of the business community the committee agreed to raise the fees by only $100.

The board unanimously passed the resolution concerning the fees put forward by township committee member Theodore Bourke at the meeting. The resolution stated the parking permit fees would be $510 annually for commuters and $330 annually for business people, according to the article.

I plead the 2nd tchk tchk December 20, 2013 at 08:07 PM
unbelievable, why doesn't millburn cut their budget. where are people going to get that extra money? No one got a raise this year. It is time to fire some city employees. and freeze city employees pay, or even better, give them a pay cut.
Maximus Dictario December 24, 2013 at 04:20 PM
Your basing this off of what?
I plead the 2nd tchk tchk December 24, 2013 at 05:54 PM
Salaries and wages have whole sale dropped Maximus Dictario. This government wants to increase fees and taxes? I think the government needs to make whole sale cuts instead of funding it's parasitic growth.


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