September 30, 2021
Volume 80
The Morning Report

The Hunterdon County Morning Report provides up to date information on the actions
of the Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners and Constitutional Officers
and the activities of County government.
KIA Honor Flag Renewal Ceremony
Thursday, October 7th at 3pm
Historic Courthouse steps, Main Street, Flemington
Public is invited
PennEast Pipeline Threat To
Hunterdon’s Preserved Farmland Ends
After years of resistance by residents, local officials, and the Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners, it was announced this week that the PennEast Pipeline company has dropped its plan to take private property, including Hunterdon County farmland preserved by the taxpayers, to build a pipeline traversing the County
Board of Commissioners Deputy Director John E. Lanza stated, “The decision ending PennEast’s effort to condemn and destroy easements, for which county taxpayers had already paid millions of dollars to purchase, is welcome news. The Commissioner Board has long opposed the taking by PennEast."

Hunterdon Senior Center Offering Virtual And In-Person Classes
And Events
Physical Fitness, Games, Trips and Life Planning
Available for Seniors This Fall
The Hunterdon County Senior Center is offering virtual and in-person classes, trips, and events for county seniors to participate in throughout the fall, including a Wellness Lecture Series, Hunterdon County Commissioner Shaun C. Van Doren announced.
Commissioner Van Doren, liaison for the Human Services Department, said, “Our seniors are a vital and important part of Hunterdon County. Being able to provide activities for the senior community, allowing opportunities for safe engagement and offering easily accessible programs and services, continues to be a significant priority for the Commissioner Board."

Hunterdon County Current Road Closures, click here
Updates will be made to this data as necessary.

If you are aware of a road that should be added or removed from this list, please email the Hunterdon County
Division of GIS at:
History and Archaeology of
Hunterdon County:
A Special Collaborative Event
The Archaeological Society of New Jersey (ASNJ) in collaboration with the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission is hosting a virtual Speaker Series on Sunday, October 17th at 6:30pm centered on Hunterdon County’s history and archaeology.

The guest presenters (including Richard Veit, Ian Burrow, Gina Sampaio, Robbie-Lynn Mwangi, and Greg Herman) will collectively share underrepresented and lesser-known stories of the past, from the lifeways of Native Americans and the vital role of African American communities in shaping the region, to an unexpected connection with the Carlisle Indian Industrial School. This special event is free to attend, but registration is required, and space is limited. 

Hunterdon County
Storm Assistance 
Information from the State Health Department on
COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters


Presentation: Have you ever needed help planning transportation? 

Webex Meeting:   10:30 a.m. – Noon
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 H Melfi
County Clerk
Fred W Brown
Susan J Hoffman
**Not pictured: Renee Robeson

Hunterdon County Board of
County Commissioners

Next meeting:

Tuesday October 5th
5:30 pm
at the Historic Courthouse

Click HERE for information



September 6, 2021, President Joe Biden Jr. has approved the New Jersey Disaster Declaration from Tropical Storm Ida.  This action makes FEMA Individual Assistance funding available to those affected in Hunterdon County. 

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