Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

The Morris County Freeholders this year are continuing to take some of their regular public meetings on the road, and will be in Chatham Township on June 24.

The freeholders will conduct their regular public meeting in the township municipal building, 58 Meyersville Rd., starting at 7:30 p.m.

“We’ve been taking some of our meetings to various towns across the county since 2007, meeting local officials and exchanging ideas with them face-to-face,” said Gene Feyl, freeholder director. “Going from town to town also makes it more convenient for residents of those communities and nearby towns to attend one of our meetings and to learn more about Morris County government.”

The freeholders this year have conducted public meetings in Pequannock and Randolph, and they will do the same in Denville, Chester Township, Florham Park, Morris Township and Harding before the end of the year.