Jackson Township Considering Expansion of Police Department Lot

Jackson Township Mayor Michael Reina and the Jackson Township Council are studying the feasibility of expanding the parking lot for the police department at the Jackson Justice Complex.

Council President Kuhn and Councilman Burnstein upon the invitation of the P.B.A. recently attended the monthly P.B.A. meeting. At the meeting, Union members mentioned that due to the department’s steady increase of personnel the department has been using the adjacent county library and park parking lot for overflow.  Council President Kuhn and Councilman Burnstein contacted the Administration relating to the parking concerns.

This week, Council President Jennifer Kuhn, Council Vice-President Scott Sargent, DPW head Shawn Bolinsky, with Business Administrator Terence Wall met and went over the area to be used for the expansion. Over the next couple of months the township will continue to study the police department lot adjacent to headquarters to see whether or not the department can store their vehicles in a more suitable and secure location.

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