Vol. 40 - 2018
September 21, 2018
Hunterdon Gathers To Remember 9/11
And To Remember All Those Who Answered The Call  
“It is good news that we continue to be in good hands with our Military and First Responders."

Hunterdon County September 11 th Remembrance Ceremony guest speaker Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III, recounted for those assembled at the Remembrance event, his personal experience on September 11, 2001 as Deputy Attorney General working in Newark, with a front row seat to the events as they unfolded that tragic morning.

Led by Hunterdon County Sheriff Fred W. Brown, Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Hunterdon County officials, Police Officers, First Responders, and Veterans honored the memory of those who perished in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, during a Remembrance Ceremony.

Freeholder Lanza:
School Bus Seat Belt Law
Finally Enacted
A new requirement that school buses have three-point lap and shoulder seat belts to protect school children travelling on buses, has become law in New Jersey, Hunterdon County Freeholder John E. Lanza has announced.

Previously, Freeholder John E. Lanza called on Hunterdon County residents to ask the Governor to protect our children via Twitter and the hashtag: #protectNJkidswithbillA4110.


COUNTY RECEIVES MOUNTED
AMERICAN BALD EAGLE
FOR PARKS WILDLIFE
EDUCATION PROGRAM
Hunterdon County’s Parks and Recreation Division recently obtained an 80-year-old, mounted Bald Eagle for display. On loan from The United States Department of the Interior (Fish and Wildlife Service), National Eagle and Wildlife Property Repository, the Eagle will be part of the Parks and Recreation’s wildlife and bird recovery and re-population educational collection.

Freeholder Deputy Director Suzanne Lagay said, “Congratulations to Dan Bush, and the entire Parks Division, on being awarded this loan of the mounted Bald Eagle for Hunterdon County. The Parks Division should be commended, not only for the diligent work required to obtain the loan of the Eagle, but for their dedication to preserving this symbol of our nation. Thank you also to Congressman Leonard Lance for joining us here today and for helping to procure the Bald Eagle for Hunterdon County.”

Hunterdon County Library Upcoming Events September 2018
 
Headquarters will be open 1-5 pm on Sundays starting Sunday 9/9.
Show your Hunterdon County or Flemington Library card at over 40 local businesses in September for special discounts.
See www.hclibrary.us/pdfs/libcardmonth.pdf NO card? No problem! Get one at your local library. 

i nformation
SPECIAL COLLECTION DAY FOR
COMPUTERS, COMPUTER MONITORS & TELEVISIONS
THIS SATURDAY
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

Sunday, September 30
Deer Path Park
FREE Admission and FREE Parking


Department of Engineering Announces Bridge Work

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

Saturday, October 6
9-12 noon


MR. FIX-IT APPLIANCE DAY

October 25th,
9:30am to 12noon

Hunterdon County Senior Center
Building #1, 4 Gauntt Place
Flemington

2018 Weekly Themes
  • Week 1:                        
  • Make and Practice Your Plan
  • Week 2:                     
  • Learn Life Saving Skills
  • Week 3:                    
  • Check Your Coverage
  • Week 4:                    
  • Save For an Emergency
The Fall Season is the perfect time to plan and prepare, click below to find out how.

When: Saturday, September 22
Where: Three Bridges, Main St. Fire House
Time: 10am - 3pm

The American Red Cross will be canvassing Three Bridges with FREE smoke alarms.
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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