Want to know how much your collective efforts have helped during the storm emergency?
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.
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.
There is no further need for clothing donations. Union Beach and Keansburg have all they can use Nd more than they can handle. Our donation centers are near capacity.
If you know of someone who needs clothing or supplies, please refer them to Maranatha or St. Benedict's churches.
Continued Contact with JCP&L
Mayor Tinker, Chief of Police Broderick and Twp Administrator Valentino have been on the phone and in personal contact with Senior JCP&L managers this morning detailing the neighborhoods that still need power and urging them to move additional resources into Hazlet. Our police department has been tireless in maintaining a list of streets that are still without power and we are triple checking that JCP&L management has the latest information -- leaving nothing to chance!
Thanks for your continued patience and perseverance. We are doing everything we know to do and even inventing some new ideas along the way but if you need anyrhing, please make sure you are passing it along to us and we will do what we can to help.
Another tractor trailer of supplies arrives in support of Hazlet's Bayshore Relief Effort.
Another tractor trailer of supplies arrives in support of Hazlet's Bayshore Relief Effort
Trunk or Treat was a success
Wow. To say Trunk or Treat was a success would be an understatement.
*** IMMEDIATE NEED FOR DONATIONS ***
The Donation Reception Center at Maranatha Baptist Church on Holmdel Road is in immediate need of KITCHEN SIZED garbage bags or LARGER. Other items in high demand:
-New underwear of all types and sizes
-Blankets and sleeping bags
-Flashlights and batteries
-Kitchen paper products (plates, cups, utensils)
-Winter clothing of all types (coats, hats, gloves, scarves)
Under no condition should you attempt to deliver any items directly into Union Beach...you will be denied access to the town.
These donations should be brought directly to Maranatha Baptist Church on Holmdel Rd. or St. Benedict's on Bethany Rd.
*** TRICK OR TREATING & VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ***
Hazlet's Official Trick-or-Treating Events are TODAY ONLY. 1 PM at the High School and 2:30 at Beers Street School. See the event below for details.
ALSO - The Hazlet Citizens Leadership Council (the Trunk-or-Treat Organizers) need about SIX ADULT VOLUNTEERS AT EACH LOCATION to help with organization and administration of the event. PLEASE MAKE YOURSELF KNOWN TO CLIFF MOORE who may be found at the locations wearing a SAFETY YELLOW "OEM" VEST.
The State of Emergency still is in effect, power is coming on throughout the township faster and faster.
Well folks, while the State of Emergency still is in effect, power is coming on throughout the township faster and faster. Our emergency crews are still working expanded hours but EVERY road is town is now open and cleared of brush EXCEPT FOR THOSE ROADS **JCP&L** SPECIFICALLY HAS TOLD US THEY MUST DO.
Township of Hazlet sponsored the ENTIRE Union Beach Fire Department & Emergency Medical Services for a hot dinner
This evening, the Township of Hazlet sponsored the ENTIRE Union Beach Fire Department & Emergency Medical Services for a hot dinner in a warm dry room at Beers Street School. Complete with an escort from the Hazlet Police Department and welcomed by an Honor Guard from the Hazlet Fire Co. No. 1, the Union Beach Heroes walked into the school through a double column of dedicated and cheering RAINE Foundation volunteers. — at Township of Hazlet.