April 26, 2021
Volume 70
The Morning Report

The Hunterdon County Morning Report provides up to date information on the actions
of the Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners and Constitutional Officers
and the activities of County government.
Hunterdon County Health Department Vaccination Clinic
Has Appointments Available
For April 27 and May 4
The Hunterdon County Health Department is currently scheduling vaccination clinic appointment times for April 27 and May 4, as the waiting list for the Drive Thru clinic is ending and most individuals have been made eligible for vaccination, Commissioner Shaun C. Van Doren has announced.
Van Doren, the Commissioner Board’s liaison for the Health Department, stated, “The Department’s clinic has administered nearly 15,000 first and second dose vaccinations to this point and has determined that it is no longer necessary to have a waiting list. Appointments, however, are still required.”

Call center phone number for appointments: 908-788-1351
Commissioners Honor
9-1-1 Dispatchers During
Telecommunicators Week
Recognize Communications Division’s Dedication
To Residents
Board of Commissioners Director Susan J. Soloway is joined by James Curry, Communications Division Head (left) and (right) Brayden J. Fahey, Public Safety Director at the Hunterdon County Communications Center

The Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners recognized April 11th through April 17th as Public Safety Telecommunicators Week and approved a Resolution in support of the designated week at the April 6th meeting Commissioner Board Director Susan J. Soloway announced.

Commissioner Director Soloway said, “Emergencies can occur at any time, day or night, and require police, fire, or emergency medical services. The prompt response of emergency personnel is critical to the protection of life and preservation of property, something not possible without our Telecommunicators and the Communications Division.”

Hunterdon – Somerset
Workforce Development Board
Has Summer Internships Available
The Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board (GRWDB) is launching the 2021 summer employment and internship program for youth in Hunterdon and Somerset counties, Hunterdon County Commissioner Zachary T. Rich has announced.

As the county’s liaison for the GRWDB, Commissioner Rich said, “This program will provide paid internships for youth and assist with finding candidates to permanently fill those positions. On the heels of the difficulty facing businesses and jobseekers in 2020, this program is a welcome resource to aid citizens and youth during this recovery period from the pandemic.”

The program will run from June 7 to October 31 for youth ages 16 – 24, whether in or out of school, with a requirement of 25 work hours, per week. Twenty-one hours will be working for the employer and the remaining four hours will be used for readiness training and coursework from the SkillUp Greater Raritan online learning portal, to better prepare interns for their future long-term career.

FEMA Flood Map Virtual Open House
For Hunterdon and Somerset County

April 28, 2021 - 4pm to 7pm

Hunterdon - HMG
COVID-19 Test Site

April 27th and 29th 1 - 5pm

May 3rd 4 - 8 pm

No prescription necessary.

121 Route 31S Suite 100 Raritan Township
Make an appointment by calling

COVID-19 Self Test Kits
are now available to all those who live or work in Hunterdon County
Bridge and Road Closures and Detours

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
Michael J Williams
Acting Prosecutor
Boards and Commissions
continue to conduct
some meetings remotely.


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Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners Meeting

Tuesday, May 4th

5:30 pm

By phone and in-person at
the Historic Courthouse
Hunterdon County Government | Hunterdon County Website