Avon Pavilion Subject At Public Meeting Monday
Embattled restaurateur hopes Board of Commissioners will reverse lease decision
Two weeks after the Avon Board of Commissioners terminated its lease, the representatives and supporters of the Avon Pavilion hope the governing body will reverse its decsion during its public meeting Monday.
The board is scheduled to meet at borough hall beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Rob Fishman, pavilion owner, and Avon Borough Administrator Tim Gallagher spent about an hour on Thursday talking about the gulf that separates Fishman and the majority of the elected officials in town regarding the rebuilding of the Avon Pavilion. But the two sides came to no concrete agreement, said Dennis A. Collins, Wall Township-based attorney for Fishman.
Collins, in a strongly worded letter sent to the borough, gave the board until Monday night to reverse its decsion or face legal action.