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Township of Hazlet

***CURFEW UPDATE***

11/05/12

***CURFEW UPDATE***

A curfew still remains in effect for Hazlet Township. The revised curfew hours are 7pm to 6am.

*** VOLUNTEERS NEEDED NOW ***

11/05/12

*** VOLUNTEERS NEEDED NOW ***

If you are interested in volunteering to help with Relief Efforts in Union Beach, laborers are needed moving debris into trailers and dumpsters. You may report to the area roughly bounded by the following: Bayview Ave, Prospect Ave, Spruce Street, Lorillard Ave. BRING GLOVES. You dont need to report in, just place any debris along the curbs into the dumpsters and trailers provided in those neighborhoods. When complete, you may simply move onto adjacent neighborhoods.

This information comes directly from the Union Beach Administrator's Office.


 

Reminder...no door to door trick or treating today

11/05/12

Reminder...there is no door to door trick or treating today in Hazlet. Streets and sidewalks still may not be safe to walk on. Thank you to everyone who came to Saturday's "Trunk or Treat" events on Saturday at Raritan H.S. and Beers St. School.
 

***VOTING UPDATE***

11/05/12

***VOTING UPDATE***

If you normally vote at Raritan H.S. (Districts 7 & 17), your polling location has been moved to Town Hall, 1766 Union Ave. (in Veteran's Memorial Park). All other polling places we be in operation as usual.

***DONATIONS***

11/05/12

***DONATIONS***

Currently only cash and gift cards are being accepted. Please bring these items to Maranatha Baptist Church on Holmdel Rd. only.

Just in...they can also use any and all cleaning supplies...mops/brooms/ cleaning solutions / gloves / heavy duty garbage bags etc.

*** A SPECIAL REQUEST FOR FIRE, EMS AND POLICE AGENCIES WHO FOLLOW OUR PAGE **

11/04/12

To all of our Fire, EMS and Police friends around the world. As you may know, our community has been working hard to support the volunteer firefighters in our neighboring community of Union Beach who lost more than half of their fire pagers and most of their portable radios (along with at least two Class A Pumpers an
d all but one fire house) when their town was decimated by a 15 foot storm surge and 87 MPH winds associated with Hurricane Sandy. Most of their firefighters homes were either completely destroyed or are now uninhabitable and must be demolished.

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We are closing down the Virtual EOC here on facebook for another day

11/04/12

Alright fellow Hazlet citizens, we are going to close down the Virtual EOC here on facebook for another day. It seems hard to believe that our first post regarding Hurricane Sandy was 12 days ago. We will be back at our posts tomorrow morning bright and early. As always, if there is anything urgent to report, we will get it right out to you, but chances are you won't see any substantive news until tomorrow morning.

(On a personal note, does anyone else find it amazing that 12 days have passed since our first mention of the storm?)

77% of the township with power!

11/04/12

Oh OK, one more update, just because it is good news: we are up to 77% of the township with power! Still not 100% but we are pushing hard for West Keansburg (the entire Keansburg Substation is still down), the Line Road area, Sam's Trailer Park, the Laurel Avenue area, and the localized roads and neighborhoods that are still out.

Chief of Police James Broderick is out right now personally checking the entire community for remaining outages and we will forward that to JCP&L Executives once again. Hang in there folks, we are pushing hard for you!

Want to know how much your collective efforts have helped during the storm emergency?

11/04/12

Want to know how much your collective efforts have helped during the storm emergency? During the period of 10/27 through 11/4, the township's facebook page (and all of our facebook friends reposts and likes) have reached more than 40,000 people on Facebook. Together we have done many amazing things this week!

Temperatures tonight are forecast to drop to about 35 degrees in Hazlet.

11/04/12

Temperatures tonight are forecast to drop to about 35 degrees in Hazlet. Not quite freezing but cold enough for the more than 2,000 homes and businesses still without power. For those of you concerned about pipes freezing, here are some tips from the Weather Channel.

Letting the Water Run

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