March 25th Town Council Meeting

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Pride Month

At the urging of Social Equity Council, PROPEL, and Pequannock Democratic Committee members, the Town Council read a Proclamation recognizing and supporting June as Pride Month.

Read it 

Cannabis Ordinance

A public hearing on the proposed ordinance to prohibit the operations of cannabis establishments in town was held. Representatives of local agriculture businesses who have previously been granted permission to grow cannabis as hemp requested revisions to the ordinance. Another public hearing will be held June 8th.

Read pg. 8

Tavern 5 parking concerns

Several homeowners residing on Newark-Pompton Tpk, Lockwood, Dale, Prospect and surrounding neighborhoods spoke to the Council about numerous problems regarding crowded, dangerous streets and public drunkenness caused by Tavern 5 customers. They suggested many options to manage parking in the area.



Reconnect with Pequannock Democrats

We are thrilled to schedule our first in-person meeting since February of 2020! Our June meeting will be an informal social gathering at the Greenview Park Pavilion where you can reconnect with fellow Dems, chat with the Morris County Commissioner candidates, find out what we’ve been up to and what’s coming down the road. We’re looking forward to seeing you all again! 

If you own a business or provide a service in town, please bring your business card or flyer. We’ll be creating a list of recommended service providers for local Democrats to choose from. We all want to make wise decisions about how we spend our money and who we trust for services. We’d love to be able to recommend local Dems and progressive business owners. 



Greenview Park Pavilion (Lot C)

Wednesday, June 16th

6:45 – 8:15PM – drop by anytime!