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Township of Hazlet

***VOLUNTEERS***

11/07/12

***VOLUNTEERS***

Volunteers are needed at the old Childrenswear Center building at Rt. 35 S/Hazlet Ave. for help handling/sorting donations. You should check in with the volunteer coordinator on site.

*** INSURANCE ***

11/07/12

*** INSURANCE ***

Several insurance companies are offering mobile catastrophic unit claims processing centers located throughout the state. These locations provide an additional alternative for residents to file their insurance claims besides the typical routes such as through one’s insurance agent or via telephone. This list will constantly be changing, so please check back to see if additional companies and locations have been added.

AAA Mid Atlantic:
A CAT Response trailer is located at:
Eatontown: Lowe’s
118 New Jersey 36
Eatontown, NJ
Hours of Operation: Daily 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Allstate New Jersey:
Three Mobile Catastrophe Centers are located at:
Brick - Home Depot
1722 New Jersey 88
Brick, NJ
Hazlet - Home Depot
3700 Hwy 35
Hazlet, NJ
Lodi - Home Depot
99 NJ Highway 17
Lodi, NJ
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Farmers Insurance:
A Mobile Catastrophe Center is located at:
Toms River: Lowe’s
1375 Hooper Avenue
Toms River, NJ

Liberty Mutual:
A Catastrophe Response Vehicle is located at:
Freehold: Walmart
326 West Main Street,
Freehold, NJ
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

MetLife Auto & Home:
A CAT RV is located at:
Pompton Lakes: Coverage Specialists, Inc.
580 Route 23 North
Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
Hours of Operation: Daily 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

State Farm:
Two auto claims drive-in locations are located at:
Parsippany: 300 Kimball Drive
Parsippany, NJ
Rutherford: Lowe’s
150 Route 17 North
Rutherford, NJ
Hours of Operation: Daily 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Plymouth Rock Assurance: (High Point, Palisades, Teachers)
Catastrophe Centers are located at:
Lakewood: Hilton Gardens
1885 Route 70 West
Red Bank: 331 Newman Springs Road – Suite 304
Marlton: Marlton Executive Park
701 Route 73 South
Hours of Operation: Daily/Weekends 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Hazlet OEM has not received any information about evacuations in our community.

11/06/12

Hazlet OEM has not received any information about evacuations in our community.

Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce has volunteered to coordinate the relief efforts in the Bayshore Region

11/06/12

Have you visited the NMCC Beacon of Hope page yet? The Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce has volunteered to coordinate the relief efforts in the Bayshore Region as the initial volunteer churches, businesses and not for profits get back to the business of our larger community.

Looking for a way to help? Check them out!

MORE GOOD NEWS. . .

11/06/12

MORE GOOD NEWS. . .

The work on the Keansburg Substation appears to have worked because most of West Keansburg has been restored. This was the last "large" neighborhood to need power. Now we are pushing for the smaller pockets like along Line Road, Stanford, Layfayette, Lillian Drive/RHA area among others.

As we keep saying, We will not rest until EVERYONE has power.

The next scheduled call with JCP&L is at 8 PM. . .

KEEP HAZLET WARM! SHARE YOUR GENERATOR WITH SOMEONE

11/06/12

Have a generator you can lend?
NEED a generator to help keep warm?

Help keep Hazlet a GREAT (and WARM) place to live!
Share your info here: http://www.facebook.com/events/420132044706762/

***VOTING UPDATE***

11/06/12

***VOTING UPDATE***

ALL POLLS ARE OPEN UNTIL 8 PM FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION.

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.

*** CURFEW CANCELLED ***

11/06/12

*** CURFEW CANCELLED ***

The Hazlet Township Curfew has been suspended effective immediately.

Mayor Tinker's Call With JCP&L

11/06/12

Mayor Dave Tinker just got off a call with our JCP&L Regional Director. Mayor Tinker informed JCP&L of three things:

1. The Mayor told them that it is unacceptable that we cannot give our residents more concrete answers as to when to expect power to be restored.

JCP&L stated that their original estimate was for 7-10 days AFTER THE STORM before full power was restored and that as we are now in Day 8, that estimate is still accurate.

2. The Mayor told them that JCP&L had to do something to relieve the suffering of our residents still without power possibly including providing neighborhood generators.

JCP&L Said that they had more than 300 crews working in Monmouth County and that they did not have generators capable of providing temporary power to multiple homes.

3. The Mayor told them that they needed to put representatives into the field to talk directly to effected homeowners to deal with specific issues.

JCP&L said that until the emergency was over they did not have any such field representatives to have meetings of that type.

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