Borough of Highlands, NJ
  40.40422oN by 73.990674oW

 
Public Notices
Proposed Captains Cove Redevelopment Plan (pdf)
Land Use Board October 4, 2018 Agenda (pdf)
Land Use Board Revised Meeting Dates (pdf)
Highlands Day Press Release (pdf)
Land Use Board Notice of Action (pdf)
Land Use Resolution - Arjika (pdf)
Land Use Board Resolution - Reso (pdf)
Special Meeting Notice 07.30.18 (pdf)
O-18-16 - PENDING - Amend Paradise Lane to Harbor Side Pointe Road (pdf)
O-18-15 - Capital Ordinance (pdf)
O-18-14 - Bond Ordinance Sewer Improvements (pdf)
DEP News Release: The Swimming Safety (pdf)
The Clining Jellyfish Advisory Expanded to Barnegat Bay (pdf)
Community Development Block Grant Meetings (pdf)
Community Development Block Grant Requirements (pdf)
Borough Council Special Meeting Notice June 11, 2018 (pdf)
Public Notice for Non-Fair Open - Res 18-091 Branins (pdf)
Public Notice - Monmouth Cty Mosquito Commission Information (pdf)
Public Notice of Ordinance 18-10 Intro (pdf)
Public Notice of Ordinance 18-08 Intro (pdf)
Public Notice of Non-Fair Open - Res 18-093 Heyer Gruel Assoc (pdf)
Public Notice for Ordinance 18-09 Intro (pdf)
Public Notice for Non-Fair Open - Res 18-089 CME Assoc (pdf)
Archived Public Notices


Tide Tables

Environmental Commission

Contact:   Steve Szulecki
Email:   environmental@highlandsborough.org
Location: 42 Shore Drive, Highlands 

The Environmental Commission meets on the second Monday of every month at 7:30 PM. The meetings are held at 42 Shore Drive.

The Highland Borough Environmental Commission is established for the protection, development or use of natural resources within the Borough. It is comprised of volunteer Highlands residents who are appointed by the Mayor. The Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the Land Use Board boards. It reviews development & commercial applications and provides recommendations on environmental concerns. It keeps an index of open space, both private and public, in order to obtain information on the proper use of such areas and can recommend plans and programs involving those areas for inclusion in the Master Plan. See Ordinance 2-16 for more about the Environmental Commission.

This Commission has 7 members of which 1 must be a member of the Land Use Board.  Members are appointed by the Mayor with consent of the Governing Body. Terms are 3 years on a staggered basis. Members  will serve until their respective successors are appointed and qualified.  All meetings are open to the public. 

2018 members are:

  1. Stephen Szulecki - Chair -12/31/2018
  2. Peter Mullen  12/31/2018
  3. Chris Francy, LUB - 12/31/2020
  4. Cody Valkos 12/31/2018
  5. Rosemary Ryan – Council Liaison 12/31/2018