The discussion began at last week’s council meeting, and is now in the hands of the Appearances Committee. Everything associated with increased decorations will be considered, including costs, who will shoulder the bill and where the decorations will go, according to the report.
Mayor Christopher Chiacchio said he wanted to see what the costs would be before making a decision, and Councilman Greg Newcomer said there’s room for it in the budget, according to the report.
Deputy Mayor Stacey Jordan believes council should consider replacing older decorations throughout the township, according to the report.
The township spent about $17,000 on decorations in 2011, according to the report.