Vol. 123- 2021
July 2, 2021
Even while we commemorate on July 4th, the signing of the Declaration of Independence 245 years ago, plans are underway for a great celebration in 2026 – the Nation’s Semiquincentennial. You can find out more here https://revolutionarynj.org/250th-updates/
Please have a happy and safe holiday and please take the time to remember those who fought to gain our independence and to protect it, and those standing ready to defend it today.
The United States of America remains, as President Ronald Reagan said, ‘The last best hope of man on earth.’
The Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners and Constitutional Officers
Hunterdon Commissioners Call For Penn East Eminent Domain Fight To Continue In Congress 
Hunterdon County’s Board of Commissioners Director and Deputy Director, following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of the PennEast pipeline’s taking of taxpayer preserved land, will propose a resolution at the July 6th Board meeting calling on New Jersey’s U.S. Senators and Congressman Malinowski to move forward pending legislation that amends existing law allowing private companies to use eminent domain to take state land. 
Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners Director Susan J. Soloway stated, “The Supreme Court, in their 5-4 decision, supported by the Biden Administration, hung their hat on the 1938 Natural Gas Act. It is time to change the law. We will be proposing a resolution on July 6th asking our federal representatives to act on pending legislation amending the 1938 Act.”

Hunterdon County Continues To Receive Recognition As A Great
Place To Live
US News & World Report’s Annual National Report
Says Hunterdon One Of The Healthiest In Country
Analysis Lists County School Systems
As Second Highest In The Entire Nation
Hunterdon County has received additional national recognition of its special qualities, with 
the U.S. News & World Report’s Annual Healthiest Communities Report listing the County as one of the top healthiest counties in the nation, as well as second in the entire country for education, Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners Director Susan J. Soloway has announced.
Director Soloway stated, “We all know Hunterdon County is a special place. It is why we choose to live here. However, to continually have independent sources, this time the US News and World Report, verify the quality of life in our county is a true recognition of the efforts of officials at all levels of government and our community leaders.” 

Hunterdon County Board of
Commissioners Meeting
Will Be Held In Person in the
Commissioners Meeting Room
Administration Building, 2nd Floor, 71 Main Street, Flemington

July 6, 2021 At 5:30 pm

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Hunterdon Main Streets
Weekend Events for
July 1 through July 4, 2021
information & updates
Bridge and Road Closures and Detours



CONCERT: SOUTHERN STEEL: Thursday, July 8, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Deer Path Park, all ages, free, no pre-registration required, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
WALK IN THE SOURLANDS: Friday, July 16, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Sourlands, ages 8 through adult, $3 per person, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
WALK for FUN: LANDSDOWN TRAIL: Monday, July 19, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM, 21 West Main Street, Clinton (by Fox Lumber), adults, free!, CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
Click image above to register for the Treasure Hunt!
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

**Not pictured:
Renee Robeson
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