HOBOKEN – Hoboken Council President Beth Mason has notified the City Clerk’s office that a special council meeting will take place on Monday, June 13, at 7:30 p.m. so that the City Council can “receive further briefing from the Corporation Counsel’s Office” regarding the recent FBI investigation in City Hall, according to a letter from Mason to the clerk’s office dated June 8.
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The meeting is expected to enter closed session, according to Mason.
Mason said in her letter to the clerk’s office that the council may address two resolutions, depending on the result of the closed session.
One resolution would be to “command the appearance of officials or employees of the City...to fully advise the City Council about the aforementioned matter” and another would be to adopt a resolution “directing that ‘Rice Notices’ be issued to certain employees of the city of Hoboken.”
Rice Notices tell employees that their personnel matters are about to be discussed and offer them the right to request a public hearing.
No other matters will be heard at the Monday night meeting. -- Ray Smith