Vol. 127- 2021
August 13, 2021
Ground Zero Responder To Be Guest Speaker For Hunterdon County
20th Anniversary 9/11 Ceremony
Dr. Jean Kanokogi, a Federal Agent who responded to Ground Zero the day of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the world trade center, will serve as guest speaker for Hunterdon County’s 20th Anniversary September 11th Remembrance Ceremony, at the Historic Courthouse in Flemington, Sheriff Fred W. Brown has announced.
Dr. Kanokogi, the Director of Mental Health and Peer Support Services for the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, is a Hunterdon County resident, an author, and a Judo expert, will speak about her experiences at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001.
Sherriff Brown previously announced that Hunterdon County’s ceremony will remember those who perished from the terrorist attacks, particularly the sixteen Hunterdon County residents lost that day, and will honor the county First Responders who responded to the scene of the attacks on September 11, 2001.

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Killed In Action (KIA) Honor Flag To Be Refreshed In Hunterdon County

Commissioners Offer Complimentary KIA Honor Flags To Municipalities 
In recognition of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation, a refreshed Killed in Action (KIA) Honor Flag will soon fly outside the Historic Courthouse in Flemington, and refreshed flags will also be made available to the County’s municipalities, as recommended by Commissioner Zach Rich and approved by the Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners, at the August 3rd Board meeting.
Commissioner Rich, the Board’s Veterans liaison, said, “I noticed that the County’s official Killed In Action, KIA, honor flag, raised in 2018, has become tattered and should be refreshed with a new flag.
Authorizing a refreshing of the KIA Honor Flag is a fitting acknowledgement of the sacrifices made by the brave men and women in our military, in defense of freedom, and, I believe, is important.”

Voting Equipment Purchases Approved In Hunterdon To Meet State Mandated In Person Early Voting
Voters Have Option To Vote In Person On November 2
Hunterdon County voters will have the opportunity for early voting beginning October 23rd and to experience new voter sign-in technology at the polls, both mandated by the state, as a result of the County Board of Commissioners’ approval of the purchase of voting equipment from Election Systems & Software (ES&S), at the August 3rd Board meeting.
Hunterdon County voters will also have the option to vote in person at their regular polling place on November 2nd.
Board Deputy Director John E. Lanza stated, “The state’s rush for early voting has increased the burden on county election officials, however, with the Board’s approval of the purchase of this equipment, Hunterdon County will be ready to meet the state’s mandate.”

FREE Electronic Waste Recycling Event
Saturday, August 28, 2021

9 am to 1 pm Rain or Shine
Route 12 County Complex, Flemington

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Experience the 579 Trail through a fun-filled event at one of our local farms, vineyards, or markets!

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TOT WALK: DEER: Wednesday, August 18, Session A: 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM OR Session B: 11:00 AM to 11:45 AM, Echo Hill, ages 2 to 4 with adult, $3 per child; accompanying adult attends for free, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
FORESTRY TREE WALK (rescheduled from 7/25): Saturday, August 21, 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM, Arboretum, ages 11 through adult, $3 per person, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
STREAM STUDY: Sunday, August 22, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM, Echo Hill, ages 6 through adult, $3 per person, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
BEAVER WATCH: Sunday, August 22, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM, Crystal Springs, ages 6 through adult, $3 per person, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
WALK for FUN: RIVERFIELD SECTION OF THE SOUTH BRANCH: Monday, August 30, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM, Clinton Township, 1738 State Highway 31 North, Clinton, NJ 08809, adults, free!, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!

Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners and Constitutional Officers
Susan J Soloway
John E Lanza
Deputy Director 
Matt Holt
Shaun C Van Doren
Zach T Rich
Mary Melfi
County Clerk
Fred W Brown
Susan J Hoffman

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Renee Robeson
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