Commissioners to hold high-risk Thanksgiving week public meeting with Lyndhurst at 810 cases of COVID-19…
Consider the facts and you decide…
Lyndhurst COVID-19 cases have nearly doubled since September, when Lyndhurst reached 425 COVID-19 cases at the end of August.
As of Friday, November 20, 2020 Lyndhurst had 810 officially reported cases of COVID-19. (North Arlington had 540 cases and Rutherford had 437 cases)
Read the entire November 20, 2020 Bergen County COVID-19 report here:
Yet with COVID-19 spreading daily, the Mayor & Commissioners delayed their November 10, 2020 public meeting for two weeks.
The Mayor & Commissioners moved their public meeting to November 24, 2020, just two days before Thanksgiving.
The Mayor & Commissioners are holding their November 24, 2020 public meeting in-person ONLY, not online.
AND the residents of Lyndhurst who want to attend their public meeting MUST SIGN WAIVERS that each person takes responsibility for attending at the risk of public health.
Maybe it’s because…
1) On November 24, during their pandemic public meeting, the Lyndhurst Commissioners are approving thousands of dollars in pay raises, including pay raises for themselves.
2) On November 24, during their pandemic public meeting, the Lyndhurst Commissioners are approving the transfer of their over-priced, messed-up Middle School to the Board of Education.
3) On November 24, during their pandemic public meeting, the Lyndhurst Commissioners are paying the Mayor of Belleville $36,000 tax-dollars for a very, very part-time annual job running the Lyndhurst Township website, the same website on which LYNDHURST DOES NOT OFFER ONLINE LIVESTREAM PUBLIC MEETINGS DURING COVID-19, LIKE OTHER TOWNS DO…FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION…SAFELY.
IS THIS WEBSITE WORTH $36,000 A YEAR TO UPDATE A FEW TIMES A WEEK?
Read the entire November 24, 2020 Lyndhurst Commissioners’ meeting agenda here: