VOL. 4 - 2017
AUGUST  15, 2017
Electronic Waste
Recycling Day    
August 19    9am-3pm 
Free to County Residents

Freeholders Join Veterans Group In Making Proper Retirement of U.S. Flags Available At County Libraries

Kevin Cahalan and Sam Hall, as members of the Marine Corps League “Hunterdon Bulldogs” Detachment 927, have turned old mailboxes into collection drop boxes for residents to respectfully retire their unserviceable U.S. Flags and the Hunterdon County Freeholder Board, at the July 5th meeting, approved locating the collection boxes at two County library locations.

 

Freeholder Director John E. Lanza stated,The U.S. Flag Retirement Ceremony represents dignity and proper respect for the flag and it is fitting that Hunterdon County, a Purple Heart Community, embraces and supports the respectful disposal of unserviceable flags.”  Read more...

  Hunterdon Farmland Sale Adds To
Wickecheoke Creek Preserve
Forty-five acres of Delaware Township farmland have been added to the Wickecheoke Creek Preserve through the sale of the farm property owned by Grover and Alice Johnson to the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, with funding assistance from Hunterdon County’s open space fund.

 

The Johnson property provides a critical link between two previously preserved properties that add to the 1100 acre Preserve. "Hunterdon County is very appreciative of the Johnsons and happy to contribute toward the preservation of property that provides a vital linkage for the hiking trails in the area," said

Hunterdon County Freeholder Deputy Director John King.  Read more...

Hunterdon County 4-H Fair South County Park
August 23-27 
Veterans To Be Honored On
Aug. 23  at 4pm  
Public Invited   
EAST AMWELL TWP. – The 18th annual Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair kicks off next week on August 23 at the Roger K. Everitt Fairgrounds, on Route 179, south of Ringoes. The Fairgrounds were recently named to honor the late Roger K. Everitt, for his tireless efforts in making the fair what it is today. Read more.....

Hunterdon County residents who have served in the U.S. Military will be honored at a special ceremony, August 23, at 4pm. The public is invited to attend. Veterans interested in applying for the Recognition Medal,  click here.

 
Hunterdon  County

In The News

NEW JERSEY AGRICULTURE OFFICIALS CELEBRATE FIRST  JERSEY FRESH
ICE CREAM IN HUNTERDON 
EAST AMWELL FARM CERTIFIED AS
RIVER-FRIENDLY
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BUSINESSES SAY THEY'RE BENEFITING FROM COUNTY'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPER  
EXXON TO CONSOLIDATE FACILITIES IN
CLINTON TOWNSHIP
HUNTERDON COUNTY BOARD
OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS


John E. Lanza Director
John W. King Deputy Director
J. Matthew Holt
Suzanne Lagay  
Robert G. Walton
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