Vol. 66 - 2019
July 3, 2019
Bridge and Road Closures and Detours
July 4, 2019
Hunterdon Volunteer Firefighters To Gain
Upgraded County Training Complex
Hunterdon County Volunteer firefighters from the twenty-seven County volunteer fire companies and other emergency first responders will receive state required training at an upgraded eight-acre County Emergency Services Training Complex, under a plan approved by Hunterdon County’s Freeholder Board on July 2 nd .

The long planned upgraded complex in Clinton Township, including a state of the art forty-foot live burn training tower, will replace the current facilities that are between forty and twenty-six years old and are at or past their useful lives. The $6.9 million in capital funding required for the project was approved by the Freeholder Board in a 2016 ordinance.

Hunterdon County First Responders Receive Active Shooter Training
Training by C3 Pathways was provided to Hunterdon County law enforcement, fire, EMS and dispatch members in Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM), basic and advanced courses, June 18 th through June 20 th , at the Route 12 County Complex.

Freeholder Deputy Director John E. Lanza, the Board’s Public Safety and OEM liaison, said, “It is critical for the County to ensure that all First Responders are adequately trained on how to protect themselves, and the public, during an active shooter incident. This training saves lives. Nothing is more important than that simple fact.”

Hunterdon Freeholders Call On NJDEP To Fix ‘Miscommunication’
And Fund Black Fly Spraying Now
After being notified by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on July 1 st that the New Jersey side of the Delaware River will not be sprayed for black flies, due to New Jersey not providing funding, the Hunterdon County Freeholders have called on the NJDEP to fund the program that protects the health and quality of life for Hunterdon County residents.

The County received an email from the Pennsylvania DEP’s Southeast Regional Office, on July 1st, the day before spraying was to begin stating, ‘without financial support from New Jersey, Pennsylvania can no longer manage and spray the New Jersey portion of the Delaware River.’ There has been no notice from the NJDEP regarding the funding cut.

PBS TV39 Media Coverage:
Grant To Help With River Cleanup

Hunterdon County is slated to receive an $87,000 grant for 2019 from the NJ Clean Communities Coalition, which is dedicated to litter and river cleanup projects. To find out where you can help with a river cleanup this fall visit, click here. To watch the full PBS TV39 video, click here.
i nformation
Adult, children and teen's are encouraged to participate in the Hunterdon County Library Summer Reading Clubs.

Hunterdon County Parks and Recreation Division

Now offering discount tickets to all local amusement parks.

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The NJ Poison Control Center is committed to protecting and improving the health of New Jersey's residents. Pool chemicals, plants and heat-related illness are summer hazards, Click here for tips on how to stay safe during summer.
NJ DOT Project at Devil's Tea Table Rockface in Kingwood,
Hunterdon County Parks
& Recreation
Read all about the County Arboretum and the Parks programs in July here.
Can you believe that it's been 5 years since our big year in 2014?! We have designed a special theme around a special year! Join us in "CELEBRATING 305 YEARS OF HUNTERDON'S HISTORIC HOMETOWNS AND HAMLETS" 

50 th Anniversary of Moon Landing Events Featured at RVCC Planetarium
in July

The month of programs features “Moon Day: 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing,” Saturday, July 20, from 1-5 p.m.

Planetarium tickets cost $10 for one show, $16 for two shows on the same day.
For reservations and information, call 908-231-8805.

For additional information, visit: www.raritanval.edu/planetarium .
RVCC is located at 118 Lamington Road in Branchburg, NJ. 

Abutment grouting is underway at the South Dam, with work expected to continue for several months before moving to the North Dam. The public may see drill rigs or other large machinery on both dams over the next few months, but the work will not restrict any use of the Reservoir.

Learn all about Raritan Valley Community College has to offer by attending an Information Session in July at RVCC's Branchburg Campus.

Next concert to be held on July 11th , please note there will not be a show on July 4th.

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Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders
and Constitutional Officers

Suzanne Lagay  
John E. Lanza 
Deputy Director
J. Matthew Holt
Susan Soloway 
Shaun Van Doren

Mary H. Melfi
County Clerk
Fred W. Brown
Susan J. Hoffman
Michael J. Williams
Acting Prosecutor
(not pictured)
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