Vol. 149 - 2022
March 11, 2022
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Hunterdon County Commissioners Bring Donations To Ukrainian Catholic Church
Father Orest Kunderevych with Commissioner Director John E. Lanza and Commissioner Susan J. Soloway
Hunterdon County Commissioner Board Director John E. Lanza and Commissioner Susan J. Soloway met with Father Orest Kunderevych, from St. Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church in Hillsborough this week, to donate nearly 500 meals ready to eat (MRE’s) for distribution to the people of Ukraine who are under siege.

Director Lanza said, "Hunterdon County supports the Ukrainian people and is dedicated to helping with the Humanitarian Crisis. There are millions of people who are fleeing the Ukraine because of an unprovoked war and they are in desperate need of food, shelter and medical supplies.”

Director Lanza and Commissioner Soloway coordinated with the county's Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and Public Safety Department Head, Brayden Fahey, to provide the MRE's that will be distributed to the Ukrainian people.

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Free Online Learning Portal
Available to County Residents
Resource Offers Career-Related Classes To Improve
Job-Readiness and Management Skills
SkillUp Greater Raritan, a free online learning portal for residents of Hunterdon and Somerset counties, is now offering two new exclusive Badge-credentialing programs that can be used by job seekers and employers in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties, Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners Deputy Director Zachary T. Rich announced at the March 1st Board of Commissioners meeting.
Deputy Director Rich, the Board’s liaison to the Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board, said, “The benefits of this resource for county residents, which boosts their skills and increases their ability to be employed, encourages growth and increases a person’s ability to find and keep a job. As the community recovers from the pandemic, job stability is an important factor.

Electronic Waste Recycling
DATE: Saturday - March 19
TIME: 9:00am to 1:00pm
LOCATION: Route 12 County Complex, Flemington, NJ
CONTACT: (908) 788-1351 with questions
Hunterdon Commissioners Join Community Leaders In Welcoming
Operation Jersey Cares To
Raritan Township
Photo, L to R: Commissioner Director John E. Lanza, long-time volunteer Pete Grice, Jersey Operation Cares Secretary and Fundraising Officer Dana Gooditis, volunteer Kathleen Grice and Commissioner Susan J. Soloway
Hunterdon County Commissioner Director John E. Lanza and Commissioner Susan J. Soloway participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Operation Jersey Cares on Saturday, February 26th at the organization’s new location on Commerce Street in Flemington, as the group continues its mission of sending care packages to the men and women currently serving in the military.

“Your mission is near and dear to my heart,” Director Lanza told the crowd of over sixty volunteers and county residents in attendance to support Jersey Cares at the ceremony. 

Financial Scams on Vulnerable Populations Targeted By Hunterdon Sheriff
Sheriff Brown told the Board that, “As a member of law enforcement, it is my duty and obligation to protect all individuals and deter crime, whether through action or the sharing of information, like with this bill. Protecting susceptible segments of the county’s population is part of my responsibility that I take very seriously.”
County Walk-Up Vaccine Clinic

To make an appointment for your vaccination or booster, call 908-788-1351
information & updates
Bridge and Road Closures and Detours

Good Morning Hunterdon (GMH)

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JCP&L Reminds Customers of Available Assistance Programs as Winter Utility Disconnection Moratorium Set to Expire on March 15
FREE RECREATION WALK: Wednesday, March 16, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM, Columbia Trail (Morris County border), 40 Vernoy Road, Califon 07830, adults, free!, CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION!
WATERFOWL WALK: Friday, March 18, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Assiscong Marsh, adults, $3, CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION! 
MAPLE SUGARING LIVING HISTORY PROGRAM: Saturday, March 19 (rain date: Sunday, March 20), 1-hour sessions begin 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM, Echo Hill, all ages, free! (pre-registration required), CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION!
The Hunterdon Art Tour

Outdoor Opening Reception, Friday,
April 29 from 7pm to 9pm.
Art Tour: April 30 and May 1st

Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners and Constitutional Officers
John E. Lanza

Zachary T. Rich
Deputy Director
**not pictured
Matt Holt

Susan J. Soloway

Shaun C.
Van Doren

Mary H. Melfi
County Clerk
Fred W. Brown
Susan J. Hoffman
Renee Robeson
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