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Video file available here for Zoning Board Meeting 12/21/2017

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Video file available here for Zoning Board Meeting 11/16/2017

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New Jersey Attorney General Porrino announced the “Safe Stop NJ” program.  The goal of the program is to have every traffic stop to end safely for all involved by providing information for the general public about what to do, and what not to do, during a traffic stop, to ensure that all stops are safe and fair.  A link to the program can be found here http://www.safestopnj.com/

 

Attorney General’s Message

 

Our goal is for every traffic stop to end safely for all involved. To achieve this goal, we have taken various steps, all of which have been directed at law enforcement: All police officers in New Jersey must complete annual training on de-escalation techniques, cultural awareness and implicit bias through our CLEAR Institute; thousands of police officers now wear body-worn cameras; we have improved protocols for investigation of police-involved use of deadly force; and we have promoted innovative community policing through hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants and awards. Our new “Safe Stop” initiative takes the next step by providing information for the general public about what to do, and what not to do, during a traffic stop, to ensure that all stops are safe and fair. Please help us make every stop a Safe Stop.

August 1, 2017

Message from Hammonton Public Utilities regarding the safety of your drinking water

Last week the article “45 N.J. Towns that have harmful Pollutants in Drinking Water, According to a New Study” stated that harmful contaminates were detected in Hammonton’s and many other town’s water supplies. The following is a list of compounds that pose a potential risk.

Compound                                                  NJDEP Standard                     Hammonton’s Results

  1. Total trihalomethanes (TTHMs) 80 parts per billion           Non-detect to 3.66 parts per billion          (includes Coliform, Bromoform, Dibromochloromethanes, and Dichlorobromomethane combined)

2. Tetrachloroethylene                          1.0 part per billion                 0.410 parts per billion

 

3.  Radiological contaminants

Radium -228                                        5.0 picocuries per liter            Non-detect to 1.10 pCi/L

Hammonton’s water supply meets all Federal and State Drinking Water Standards.

If you have any questions about Hammonton’s water quality please contact Anthony DeCicco, Superintendent of Public Utilities at adecicco@townofhammonton.org or by phone at 609.567.4331.

Our annual Consumer Confidence Report is available through the Town of Hammonton Website. Hardcopies are available at Town Hall, Atlantic County Public Library and Hammonton Public Utilities office.

 

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