Masketeers Donate 65 Hand-Sewn Face Masks to Town Hall
On behalf of Hazlet Township, Mayor Michael Glackin gratefully acknowledged the donation of 65 cloth face masks, courtesy of the Hazlet-based Monmouth County Masketeers.
“The hand-sewn masks offered by Kim Struszkiewicz helps our Township employees comply with the Governor’s Executive Orders and CDC recommendations requiring face coverings inside indoor public government offices,” said Hazlet Mayor Glackin.
“I want to thank Kim and the Masketeers for thinking of our essential township workers. They never stopped working through the pandemic and have shown true professionalism, despite the challenges.”
At Town Hall at 1766 Union Ave., signage directs visitors where to line up and stand for service while maintaining physical distance. Visitors must wear masks, unless specifically exempted by the guidelines. Plexiglas partitions have been installed at payment and permit counters. The offices are sanitized regularly.
To reduce interactions during the pandemic, visitors are encouraged to use the township website to contact staff or apply for permits and pay bills online. People may also use the outdoor drop box next to the flagpoles to submit payments.
The Masketeers have generously gifted over 7,000 free facial masks to community groups. Local recipients include Hazlet First Aid, Hazlet nurses and families, Lab Corp staff, Bethany Towers seniors and the Arnold Walter Nursing Home.