Vol. 80 - 2019
December 5, 2019
Hunterdon Freeholders Succeeded In Meeting Key Challenges In 2019
During 2019, the Hunterdon County Freeholder Board lived up to Freeholder Director Suzanne Lagay’s projection, at the January 7th re-organization meeting, that the 2019 Board would be, “a strong fiscally conservative governing body that proves with careful analysis, investing in the future is profoundly conservative.”

History was made on January 7, 2019 when Lagay was unanimously selected by her colleagues for a second tour of duty as Board Director, marking the first time in the County’s 305-year history that a woman has served as Director twice. Lagay also served as Director in 2016.

Hunterdon Polytech POW/MIA Chair Of Honor Dedication Ceremony;
A Poignant & Patriotic Reminder Of The Cost Of Freedom
Pictured, left to right: Raritan Mayor Jeff Kuhl, Freeholder Susan Soloway, Rolling Thunder, Inc. Executive Director and Army Veteran Artie Muller and Senator Kip Bateman
With a clear, blue sky as a backdrop, under our nation’s flag, gently waving in the breeze, Artie Muller, U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran and Executive Director of Rolling Thunder, Inc., reminded a hushed and respectful gathering of Hunterdon Polytech students, staff, and community leaders that our freedom comes at a cost paid by the men and women who valiantly serve in the military.

For more than 30 years, Rolling Thunder, the organization Muller co-founded, has fulfilled its mission to speak on behalf of the tens of thousands of Prisoners of War-Missing in Action (POW/MIA) of all wars.

Muller was the Keynote Speaker in a moving ceremony to dedicate a POW/MIA Chair of Honor at the Central Campus of Hunterdon County Polytech Career and Technical High School. Held just days before Thanksgiving on Nov. 25, it was a fitting time to thank our military and their families for their bravery and sacrifices serving our nation, with a tribute to those who never returned.

Freeholder Board Thanked For Support Of National Guard And Military Reservists

Employer Support Of The Guard And Reserve (ESGR) Ombudsman John J. Fearing, LTC (retired) presented a Support Plaque to the Hunterdon County Freeholder Board for their support of current and future employees who serve in the Reserve components.


Major County Road And Bridge Projects A Priority For Completion This Year
Numerous road, bridge, and culvert improvements were completed by the County Department of Engineering and Public Works during the 2019 construction season, Freeholder Shaun Van Doren reported at the November 6th Freeholder meeting.

Van Doren, the Freeholder Board’s Engineering and Public Works liaison, stated, “The protection of our residents and the motoring public by investing in significant maintenance of the County’s 246 miles of roadways, 246 bridges and over 2000 culverts continue to be a priority for the Freeholders.

Taking advantage of good weather through most of the construction season, the Department completed over sixty-two miles of county road striping and finished sixteen miles of road resurfacing."

Community-Wide Needs Assessment Survey
The Hunterdon County Department of Human Services and Human Services Advisory Council are requesting public input on community needs.


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Protecting Children From Lead Poisoning

County Freeholder Susan Soloway reported the year-round efforts by the Hunterdon County Department of Health's Public Health Nursing and Environmental Health Divisions at the November 6th Board Meeting.
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Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office Announces A Coat Drive


 October 1st through
December 31st, 2019

Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office Announces Veteran's Forum

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

UPDATED:
Bridge and Road Closures and Detours

Hunterdon County Sheriff & Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 94

2019 Toiletry Drive Through December 15th

JCP&L:
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