JCP&L Proposed Transmission Line UPDATE
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.
JCP&L Proposed Transmission Line
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.
Hazlet Philly Pretzel Factory
Hazlet TownshipCommittee welcomes the Hazlet Philly Pretzel Factory to our community
Important news from New Jersey Natural Gas
NEW JERSEY NATURAL GAS ANNOUNCES 9.5 PERCENT DECREASE FOR RESIDENTIAL HEATING CUSTOMERS
Bill Credits and Lower BGSS Prices Offset Costs Associated with Warmer Winter. Read full Press Release here.
JCP&L Transmission Line
JCP&L is committed to providing its customers the power they need, when they need it. In order to meet this commitment, JCP&L has proposed a new transmission line that would bring additional electrical reliability to Monmouth County. The proposed transmission line would be built within the existing New Jersey Transit train corridor between Aberdeen and Red Bank. You can learn more about this proposed $75 million project by visiting the website www.MonmouthReliability.com. You can also call 1-855-277-9332 to get additional information.
Effective Immediately: Recyclable electronics such as TV’s, Computers etc. will no longer be accepted at the Hazlet Township recycling yard. All electronic type receptacles can be brought to the COUNTY RECLAMATION CENTER - (Gate A) 6000 Asbury Ave., Tinton Falls Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm Saturday 7:30 am - 2:00 pm.
We apologize for the short notice and any inconvenience this may cause. This discontinuance of service is due to the lack of continued program support from the County and State. In the event program support is restored, the Township will reinstitute this extended service at our facility.
April Sewer Bill Delay
Hazlet Township is in the process of converting our Sewer Utility billing to a new system. There will be a delay in the April 1 sewer bills being issued. There will be no late fees or other penalties charged to any resident or business as a result of the held back bill this cycle. We appreciate your patience during the conversion.
Rabies Alert – Hazlet Township Advisory; February 11, 2016
Rabies Alert – Hazlet Township Advisory
Hazlet Township Administration has received confirmation of a raccoon testing positive for Rabies. The animal has had contact with several dogs on or about February 5, 2015, which required testing. The incident occurred in the area of Gregory Street and Florence Avenue.
NJNG Advisory- There have been reports of persons pretending to be utility workers attempting to get access inside homes. Click here to see the advisory from New Jersey Natural Gas Co.
Message to our residents
A message to our residents and business owners:
Mayor Scott Aagre and the Township Committee want to take a moment to personally thank you for your cooperation and your patience as the Department of Public Works (DPW) continues with their snow removal operations after this major snow storm.
DPW is working diligently to further clear our roads, storm system components, sidewalks and municipal facilities. In addition to our storm response, we have also responded to every formal resident request received and abated all reported hazardous conditions in a timely and appropriate manner. We continue to work on individual resident request and other information received as well.
We thank our residents and business owners for clearing sidewalks, hydrants and their facilities in such a short period of time allowing all to return to normalcy. If you have not begun to dig out your sidewalk we remind you of the Township ordinance requiring this to be done. We also remind you to not place snow into the roadways as this causes additional work, delays our response to other requests and can become hazardous to drivers and pedestrians.
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