Vol. 39 - 2018
September 6, 2018
Hunterdon County 9/11 Ceremony Will Honor Lives Lost And
Ground Zero Response
Hunterdon County Sheriff Fred W. Brown will be joined by County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, County officials and law enforcement officials and first responders from around the County, at the Hunterdon County September 11 th Remembrance Ceremony, on the Historic Courthouse steps, in Flemington, at 8:15 am, on September 11, 2018.

Sheriff Brown re-instituted the County Remembrance ceremony in 2017, pledging to make it an annual event. 

“This ceremony is important. America must always remember and never forget the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, that took the lives of nearly 3000 individuals. And it is of particular import to us here in Hunterdon County, where sixteen residents were lost,” the Sheriff said.

Parks & Recreation Division Supported
By The Sea Cadet Corps Of Hunterdon County
The Sea Cadet Corps Of Hunterdon County voluntarily assist the Parks and Recreation Division in support of the over 300,000 visitors who annually enjoy the parks and participate in the many programs and events Hunterdon County has to offer.

Freeholder John W. King, the Board’s Liaison for Parks and Recreation, said, “The Sea Cadet Corps Of Hunterdon County are greatly appreciated and we applaud them for their willingness, at such a young age, to do so much. Offering assistance at large-crowd events or maintaining a nature trail are a small part of what they do, but everything they do goes a long way for Hunterdon County and the Parks Division.”

Hunterdon County Planning Board Seeks Public Comment On
Open Space Plan
Hunterdon County residents are invited and encouraged to offer comments regarding the County’s parks and open space strategic plan, that was introduced as a new element of the Master Plan by the County Planning Board on September 6 th .

“The strategic parks and open space plan is an extremely important document that will guide the County’s land preservation and improvements over the next decade. Our parks and open space vistas are a key part of the Hunterdon County experience for residents and visitors alike,” Freeholder Board Director Matt Holt said.

The introduced strategic plan calls for the addition of over 4000 acres of preserved open space to the County Park System, trail and existing open space enhancements, the development of four general use parks in different regions in the County, and a focus on preserving connecting links between various already preserved acreage.

Hunterdon County Dairy Princess
And Ambassadors Recognized By Board of Chosen Freeholders
The Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders recently honored the Hunterdon County Dairy Princess and her Dairy Ambassadors.

L-R: Francesca Streicher, Annabelle Majorossy, Josie Kohanski, Dairy Princess Carmela Streicher, Freeholder Deputy Director Suzanne Lagay, Rebecca Phillips and Cassidy Hunt.
i nformation
SPECIAL COLLECTION DAY FOR
COMPUTERS, COMPUTER MONITORS & TELEVISIONS

DATE: Saturday, September 22, 2018
TIME: 9:00am to 1:00pm
RAIN OR SHINE 
LOCATION: Route 12 County Complex, Flemington ( directions
CONTACT: (908) 788-1351

Department of Engineering Announces Bridge Work

L-25-W County Bridge
D-334 County Culvert
Q-103 County Culvert
T-73 County Bridge


National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Seat Belt Bulletin

September means increased road traffic with children going to and from school. Buckle up. It could save your life or someone else's!

THIS Saturday, September 8
9-12 noon


Senior Citizen Transportation
Public Hearing

Sept. 17 at the Route 31 County Complex, Building #3 Conference Room, 1:30pm.

FALL NATURE PROGRAMS

ShinrinYoku (Forest Therapy)  - September 24 & October 22
Coexisting with Coyotes  - September 20
Mushroom Walk  - September 22 
DISCOUNT SKI RESORT & AMUSEMENT PARK TICKETS AVAILABLE AT PARKS OFFICE

In cooperation with the New Jersey Recreation & Park Association, the Hunterdon County Division of Parks & Recreation will offer discount ski tickets for Blue Mountain, Jack Frost Big Boulder, and Mountain Creek. Tickets will be available to purchase starting in December and will remain on sale throughout the winter.
We also offer discount tickets to local amusement parks through the end of summer.

Tickets can be purchased by check or cash. To confirm availability, call (908) 782-1158. Tickets are non-refundable. 
Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders
and Constitutional Officers

J. Matthew Holt  
Director
Suzanne Lagay 
Deputy Director
John E. Lanza
John W. King 
Shaun Van Doren

Mary H. Melfi
County Clerk
Fred Brown
Sheriff
Susan J. Hoffman
Surrogate
Anthony P. Kearns III
Prosecutor
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