CNBA General Meeting
Colts Neck Library
In Attendance: Dino Nicoletti, Sue Fitzpatrick, John Luongo, Anna Appolonia, Kymberly Mate, Vito Viola
Meeting began at 8:07am
Sue Fitzpatrick led with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Dan Carlucci and Lucy Delmonte approved the minutes and Treasures Report.
Date 10/5/2021 Deposits in Transit
Paypal Balance $ 1,398.27 $ –
Investors Checking 46,964.04 –
Investors Money Market 16,622.28 –
Deposits in Transit – –
Outstanding Checks (4,900.00)
Total Book Balance $ 60,084.59 $ –
PAYEE Check # Amount
Garden State Fireworks 1256 $ 4,900.00
The Polo event raised $25K. Very successful. Jim Schatzle was a big help. Thanks to all who volunteered.
Elections will be held next month. The new slate is as follows:
Lina Scanelli – Board Secretary
Jim Schatzle – VP
Dino Nicoletti – President
Pig Roast is our next event @ Huddys on Tuesday 10/18. $35 pp @ Event Brite. $45 pp at door.
December’s meeting we will have a Christmas Breakfast and Installations.
We are hoping to feature new business’ in town on the Maps. They must become members.
Upcoming Luncheon in March @ Trump National.
Glen updated us on Economic Development Committee. We are brainstorming ideas to promote new business in CN. Dan and Alex Appolonia are working on videos. The videos will highlight local CN business owners speaking about their business in CN.
The French Market opened in town with great support from Township officials.
Dino asked members if they would like to host a card exchange.
We are executing a mug program for Christmas. If any local businesses would like to participate in the mug program or the window painting program, they should contact a CNBA Board Member.
Sue Fitzpatrick (Committeewoman and Township Liaison) reported:
There is a bimonthly town meeting tonight 10/13.
October 16th there will be a camp out pond site along with arts and crafts.
October 30th Trunk or Treat @ Five Points Rd. 1-3pm.
The Town Hall Meeting on Affordable Housing was well attended. The township is trying to exercise as much control over this development as possible.
Members introduced themselves.
Our Speaker was Larry Sternbach. He represents Monmouth County Work Force. Hiring is challenging today. Most services are free. He is a resource for questions. The group funds training…they send prospective employees to Brookdale for training. His group is the sister department to the Dept. of Labor. He works jobs fairs at Brookdale. They also provide incentives while you are trained.
8:49 meeting was adjourned.