Hunterdon County’s Freeholders have announced the County’s parks and trails will again open to the public on May 2nd, but advise parks users to follow social distancing rules in order to ensure that the State does not close parks again.
Freeholder John Lanza, the Board’s liaison Parks, stated, “We welcome the Governor’s decision to return control of county parks to the Freeholder Board. The public more than ever needs the fresh air, exercise opportunities and physical activity that also helps to improve mental health, made available by visiting our parks and trails".
We'd also like to thank our Legislative delegation, Senator Kip Bateman(LD-16), Senator Mike Doherty(LD-23), Assemblyman John DiMaio(LD-23), and Assemblyman Erik Peterson(LD-23) for their efforts in advocating to the Governor for the parks to re-open.
North Hunterdon Republican Club's Hosted Virtual Updated On COVID-19
On Thursday night, The North Hunterdon Republican hosted Freeholder Deputy Director Sue Soloway, Freeholder John Lanza, U.S. Senate candidate Rik Mehta, U.S House candidate Senator Tom Kean, and Gubernatorial candidate Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli. They gave an update on the local, state, and federal response to the COVID-19 Outbreak.
As we continue to practice social distancing, NJ GOP is forging ahead by contacting voters and registering new Republican voters across the state. Even in these uncertain times, we must work to change New Jersey but we need your help to do so!