Vol. 41 - 2018
October 4, 2018
Presented by the Sheriff, County Clerk and Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders
Saturday, October 6
Saturday, November 3
9-12 noon
Rain OR Shine

Hunterdon Parks Advisory Committee
Endorses Open Space Plan
Calling Hunterdon County’s proposed Open Space Strategic Plan ‘well thought out and comprehensive,’ the Hunterdon County Parks and Open Space Committee (POSAC) endorsed the document that calls for the preservation and protection of 4000 more acres of open space over the next decade.

POSAC Chairman Earle Steeves noted, “The plan calls for greater connectivity between county parks and open space parcels and the creation of four additional general use parks over the next decade. POSAC is extremely supportive of those goals.

Early Voting In Hunterdon County Available At
County Clerk’s Office
Hunterdon County Clerk Mary Melfi has announced that registered voters may participate in early voting or vote by mail prior to Election Day, November 6 th .

Information on early voting or vote by mail is available here -- click the link: www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/pdf/countyclerk/VoteByMailOptions-2.pdf

Once your application has been accepted, you will not be able to vote on the machine at your polling place. Should there be a problem with your mail-in ballot (i.e. -you never received it-you changed your mind), the Poll Worker should issue you a Provisional Ballot at your polling place.

UNICOM Global, an international technology firm based in Los Angeles, this week concluded the purchase of the 1100 acre former Merck property in Readington, for use as its Regional Headquarters, and Hunterdon County’s Freeholder Board moved quickly to assure the new company that the County is supportive of their investment in Hunterdon County.

Freeholder Director Matt Holt stated, “This is a banner day for economic development in Hunterdon County. Having an international company invest in the County sends a strong message about our viability. We join Readington in welcoming the newly named UNICOM Science and Technology Park.”

Freeholder Board Deputy Director Suzanne Lagay, the Board’s liaison for Economic Development, said, “This company fits exactly into the County’s goal of attracting technology and innovation initiatives to our area.” 

Hunterdon Budget Reduced
By Nearly $1 Million

Fifth Consecutive Year
Of Budget Reductions

The Hunterdon County Freeholder Board, on May 29th, adopted a 2018 budget that is $982,167 less than last year’s budget, the fifth consecutive year the budget has been reduced.

i nformation
Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Day

DATE: Saturday, November 17, 2018
Saturday, March 9, 2019
(mark your calendar now)
TIME: 9:00am to 1:00pm
LOCATION: Rt. 12 County Complex, ( directions
Hunterdon County Parks and Recreation Division Announces Fall 2018 Programs

Click the Harbinger image above to find program information
E-waste Recycling Event

Date: Saturday, November 10, 2018
Time: 9am to 1pm


October 25th,
9:30am to 12noon

Hunterdon County Senior Center
Building #1, 4 Gauntt Place

The NJ Water Supply Authority is making improvements to the reservoir to extend its operating life and increase its durability for years to come.

Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders
and Constitutional Officers

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

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