TINTON FALLS – The Borough Council has renewed liquor licenses for business and organizations in the municipality. Officials took the action during their meeting on June 18.
The license renewals are for the perird from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.
Council members renewed the following plenary retail consumption licenses: Twin Brook at Tinton Falls Inc., $2,500 (Twin Brook at Tinton Falls); McLoone’s Tinton Falls LLC, $2,500 (CJ McLoone’s); Woody’s TF Grille LLC, $2,500 (Woody’s Ocean Grille); Adova, LLC, $2,500 (Gargiulos Tinton Falls).
Also, Mimoza, LLC, $2,500 (Tally Ho Inn); Menditto Inc., $2,500 (Nettie’s); Tinton Falls Restaurant Inc., $2,500 (Palumbo’s Ristorante & Liquors); GSPH Restaurants, $2,500 (The Pour House); Apple Food Service of Tinton Falls Inc., $2,500 (Applebee’sNeighborhood Grill & Bar).
And, Village Falls, LLC, $2,500 (MJ’s); Tinton Falls Lodging Realty, LLC, $2,500 (Aqua Restaurant & Lounge); and Courtyard Management Corporation, $2,500 (Courtyard by Marriott).
Council members renewed the following plenary retail distribution licenses: F&T Spirits Interprises Inc., $2,500 (Spirits Unlimited); 3-Queens Inc., $2,500 (Tinton Falls Buy Rite); and Reva Enterprises, LLC, $2,500 (Pinebrook Liquor & Deli).
Council members renewed the following club license: Seabrook Village Resident’s Association, $180 (Seabrook Village).
In other business, council members authorized the termination of Tinton Falls’ contract with the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission for services related to the Monmouth County Reclamation Center in Tinton Falls.
According to a resolution, Tinton Falls had a contract with the health commission for services related to the county landfill, “including the review of odor complaints” and “the health commission also had a contract with Monmouth County for services related to the landfill.”
Borough officials said county officials terminated their contract with the health commission, effective May 5, 2019, and said that action prevented the health commission from performing the services under its contract with Tinton Falls.
Tinton Falls’ contract with the health commission provided for an annual payment by the borough in the amount of $33,000.
According to the resolution, borough officials and representatives of the health commission agreed “to reach a mutually acceptable agreement to terminate the contract for a payment by the borough in the amount of $8,250, representing the services provided by the health commission during the first quarter of 2019.”
Council members agreed to make the payment to the health commission to cancel the contract.