Jodi McKinney, Registered Municipal Clerk
570 Rosemont Ringoes Road
P.O. Box 500, Sergeantsville, NJ 08557
(609) 397-3240 ext.205
Fax: (609) 397-4893
Our goal is to assist all residents and members of the public in a friendly, helpful and courteous manner and to provide any necessary information to the Governing Body and all Municipal Departments. If you have any questions just email us and we will get back to you or you can stop by and see us in the Township Municipal Building.
In New Jersey, the Municipal Clerk must possess an RMC designation in order to be appointed to one of the most important and exacting positions in municipal government. This entails the completion of courses through Rutgers, The State University and passing an examination given by the State Department of Community Affairs.
The Municipal Clerk is the part of the municipal operation and by virtue of her/his position, serves as liaison officer between the governing officials and the taxpayers.
The broad range of services provided by this Office are accomplished by the dedicated employees who make up the department.
The Municipal Clerk, regardless of the form of government, is charged with the following statutory duties:
Secretary to the Municipal Corporation
Secretary to the Governing Body
Chief Administrative Officer of all Elections
Chief Registrar of Voters in the municipality
Guide To Township Committee Meetings
The Regular Meetings of the Township Committee are held on the 2nd and last Monday of each month. The Township Committee meets at 7:30 PM. Meeting dates are released at the January reorganization meeting. All meetings, unless otherwise specified, are held in the Municipal Building.
Agendas are available the day of the meeting in the Municipal Clerk’s office and are also available in the meeting room the night of the meeting. Agendas are also posted on the website by Thursday afternoon before the meeting.
Open Public Records Act
In January, 2002, the Open Public Records Act was signed into law by then Acting Governor DiFrancesco which requires government records to be readily accessible for inspection, copying or examination.
A request form, which includes the requestor’s name, address and telephone number and a specific, brief description of the record sought, must be completed and submitted to the Municipal Clerk as the Custodian of Public Records.
Names, addresses and telephone numbers are considered releasable, however, unlisted telephone numbers are not releasable. Many of our in-house forms have been amended to include a check-off box to indicate an unlisted telephone number. This information will not be released to a requestor.