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Township of Hazlet

Lost Sewer Bills – 3rd Quarter

12/08/16

Lost Sewer Bills – 3rd Quarter

As a result of lost mailings due to inconsistent US Post Office services involving several hundred residents throughout the Township resulting in accrued “interest charges” for unpaid sewer bills; the third-quarter interest fees have been formally waived by the Township Committee. For those who may have paid any interest fees for the 3rd quarter, a credit will be applied to your account. Applying credit is a manual process which will take some time to go through and reconcile 9,000 or so accounts – we ask for your continued patience. If you do not receive future sewer or tax bills, we recommend you first check the township’s website for notices and or call the Sewer and Tax Department for detailed account information. Complaints regarding future mail delivery issues should be forwarded to the Post Master. Note: this is a one-time interest fee waiver due to US Postal failures. 

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NJDEP Drought Awareness Toolkit

11/23/16

Help Prevent A Drought Emergency By Conserving Water. Click the Read More button for helpful information.

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NJNG Pinewood Ave, West Keansburg Area Project

08/30/16

New Jersey Natural Gas will be commencing with system wide improvements and related construction work. Approximately 7,120 feet of gas mains will be replaced and 125 services. The mains will be installed using both trenching and horizontal directional drilling methods and will take approximately nine (9) to twelve (12) weeks to complete. Door hangers and other means of public notification will be made further advising what to expect at various points in time. The streets marked in red on the provided map indicate the area(s) of the proposed project limits.

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JCP&L Monmouth County Reliability Project

07/18/16

JCP&L Monmouth County Reliability Project Town Hall Meeting at Raritan HS 7/20/16 7PM with Assemblywoman Amy Handlin & Dr. David Carpenter.
 
 

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Monmouth County Unveils High Water Mark Signs

06/28/16

Monmouth County Unveils High Water Mark Signs
Homeowners Benefit with Lower Flood Insurance Costs, Greater Flood Awareness
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:June 27, 2016 MIDDLETOWN, NJ –Nearly four years after the devastating flood waters of Superstorm Sandy swept over coastal towns across the county, the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Sheriff Shaun Golden today commemorated the high water mark with a sign at the county’s Belford Ferry Terminal. Click here to read more.

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JCP&L Monmouth County Reliability Project

06/27/16

JCP&L Monmouth County Reliability Project
Town Hall Meeting with Assemblywoman Amy Handlin 
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
7:00 – 9:00 PM
Location: Hazlet Township - Cullen Center 
1776 Union Avenue, Hazlet NJ

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Clinging Jellyfish

06/24/16

Clinging Jellyfish
 
Information from NJDEP: 
 
In light of the recent confirmed discovery of the clinging jellyfish in the Shrewsbury and Manasquan Rivers, I am writing to provide you with the most current information DEP has about these marine animals.
 
Please use the following links to read more:
 

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JCP&L Proposed Transmission Line UPDATE

06/14/16

The Hazlet Township Committee will be holding a special meeting on Monday, June 20th at 7:00 PM to discuss the JCP&L project and may take formal action.
 
The Township is also working on additional meeting schedules within the near future and will further advise once confirmed.
 
We invite you and encourage others to join us as well.
 
Meeting location: Hazlet Township Municipal Building, 1766 Union Avenue, Hazlet, NJ.
 
Thank you for your time and attention.

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JCP&L Proposed Transmission Line

06/09/16

The Hazlet Township Committee has received many emails, telephone calls and messages from our residents regarding the proposed transmission line on the New Jersey Transit corridor and we thank you for your input.
 
The Township Committee is also very concerned and understands your valid points and concerns completely; our families and friends are also affected by this project. 
 
To date, we’ve had several formal discussions with JCP&L Representatives and Committee meetings on the subject matter. We are currently reviewing the scope of the project and seeking additional information.  As soon as we have completed our review and come to a consensus, the Township Committee will make a public announcement on this project in the very near future, probably at our next committee meeting or sooner.

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