Vol. 31 - 2018
June 14, 2018
Flag Day commemorates the adoption of
the flag of the United States of America
by resolution of the Second Continental Congress in 1777.
Hunterdon County Hosts
Clean Communities Kid-Teen
Award Celebration and Annual Conference
Over one thousand students from across New Jersey attended the statewide 2018 New Jersey Clean Communities Kids-Teen Award Day and 15th Annual Conference, at the South County Park, hosted by Hunterdon County’s Health Division, on May 23-25 th .  The program creates awareness among youth about litter-related issues, promotes a cleanliness ethic, and fosters an understanding of New Jersey’s natural beauty and habitats.

“We are pleased to showcase the natural beauty of Hunterdon County and host students and community partners from all over the state. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with the New Jersey Clean Communities Council,” said Suzanne Lagay, Deputy Director of the Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders.  

Hunterdon County
Tower Rescue Training Credited With
Saving A Life
Emergency personnel in Hunterdon County are trained throughout the year for various skills, scenarios and situations. One of those classes, ‘Rescue From Tower Heights’ taught by Gary Breuer, has recently been credited with assisting a Vermont Firefighter with saving a young man.

Freeholder John E. Lanza, liaison to the Department of Public Safety said, “Proper instruction and training are critical in any emergency situation. In a moment of crisis, when saving lives and seconds matter, being able to act immediately reduces delays, keeps risk at a minimum and keeps rescue workers safe.

Gary Breuer not only instructs Hunterdon County rescue team members, but several other counties across the state have come to him for rescue classes. Each life saved is a credit to his thorough training and this County is lucky to have him.” 

Hunterdon Freeholders Approve Grants To Create ‘Major Preservation Zone’ In
Raritan Township
The Hunterdon County Freeholders, on June 5 th , approved open space grants to the Delaware and Raritan (D&R) Greenway and Raritan Township, to go along with state Green Acres funds, preserving 42 acres on Plum Brook Road that are directly adjacent to 75 acres already preserved in the Township.

Freeholder John King, the Board’s liaison to the Planning and Land Use Department, stated, “Linking preserved open space parcels together to form a larger major preservation zone is the appropriate strategic use of open space funds.

Here, the 42 acre Francavilla property adjoins 75 acres of open space already preserved by Raritan Township, thereby forming a large forested area that will remain in its natural state.”

Freeholder Deputy Director Suzanne Lagay's Hunterdon Chamber Radio
"Your County @ Work"
Featuring Ray Eichlin, Assistant Roads Supervisor

In Case You Missed It....
Freeholders Reduce
Budget By Nearly $1 Million
Fifth Consecutive Year Of Budget Reductions


Lanza Calls For Passage Of
School Bus Seat Belt Safety Law

i nformation
4-H Ambassador Contest
Friday, August 3, 2018
2pm - Extension Center

Teens with good public speaking skills, knowledge, enthusiasm and an understanding of 4H are invited to apply for Hunterdon County 4-H Ambassador. All applicants must be available to attend a 15 minute interview on August 3, starting at 2pm.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please call or e-mail the 4-H office for an application, or visit our web site.
Application deadline: July 20 by 4pm.
Saturday,
July 14, 2018

9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 
314 State Route 12
Hunterdon County Complex

Bridge T-73 is closed for Emergency Priority Repairs.

Update From Department of Engineering: Please be advised this bridge is now closed until further notice.  After inspection in the field there was more damage than originally thought so plans need to be revised. The bridge will remain closed for safety reasons.

County Bridge T-73 located on Meadow Lane in the Township of Tewksbury. Bridge T-73 is located at the intersection of Rockaway Road and 8/10 of a mile from Bissel Road.
The Department of Engineering has announced that County Bridge W-34 will be closed to ALL TRAFFIC starting on June 19, 2018 for approximately 2 weeks.

County Bridge W-34: Located on Wilson Road in the Township of West Amwell. Bridge W-34 is located 4/10 of a mile from County route 518 (Brunswick Pike) and 9/10 of a mile from Pleasant Valley Harbourton Road. County Crews will be working on priority repairs. A detour will be posted.
Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders Public Notice

June 19, 2018 Board Meeting Change
East Amwell Township
Municipal Building
1070 Route 202/31 Ringoes

J. Matthew Holt  
Director
Suzanne Lagay 
Deputy Director
John E. Lanza
John W. King 
Shaun Van Doren

Mary H. Melfi
County Clerk
Fred Brown
Sheriff
Susan J. Hoffman
Surrogate
Anthony P. Kearns III
Prosecutor
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