Uncategorized

Hammonton CSI Camp educational class for 7th to 12th grade students June 27, 2018

Hammonton Flyer.pdf CSI Camp

This full day educational class is limited to 7th-12 grade students who have an interest in law enforcement or related forensic sciences. Students will learn how to identify then process a mock crime scene by collecting evidence using the most up-to-date modern techniques and methodologies learned during the lecture portion of the class. The students will follow the clues left behind by the suspect(s), and develop supporting evidence to solve the crime. The class is designed to challenge all students while having fun solving the crime. This class is taught by Captain (ret) Sean Clancy formerly of the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office and other experienced Detectives. For additional details please visit: NationalCSIcamp.org. Limited Seating. Register today @:
https://campscui.active.com/orgs/NationalCSICampLLC?orglink=camps-registration#/selectSessions/2317305

Unlimited Bulky Week is May 7 to May 11

ONLY LARGE BULKY ITEMS WILL BE COLLECTED

ITEMS MUST BE OUT BEFORE 6AM ON YOUR REGULAR TRASH DAY

Rugs are Prohibited

Hazardous Material is Prohibited

Black trash bags are Prohibited

Item must be placed between the curb and sidewalk and stay out of the paved road

South Jersey Gas Company contractor Kline is scheduled to complete gas main renewal work at night in our area.  Message sign boards notifying the community of the night work were put out earlier in the week. They are scheduled to start setting up traffic control at 7:00 PM and be off the roadways around 5:00 AM.  

Below are the two work areas and projected timelines for each:

1. White Horse Pike between Central Ave (CR 542) and Pleasant Mills Rd (CR 542) – Scheduled for night work on Monday 4/16 through Thursday 4/19

2. Intersection of Route 54 and West End – Scheduled for night work Monday 4/23 and Thursday 4/24

Declaration of Local State of Emergency

At 5:30 PM Tuesday, March 20, 2018, I, Mayor Stephen DiDonato, have declare a Local State of Emergency in the Town of Hammonton.

The Local State of Emergency shall continue until such time that that the Emergency Management Coordinator and Mayor deem appropriate.

All essential personnel should report to duty if requested by their department head.

Residents are required to move parked vehicles off the street per Town Code Chapter 271-11 during storm events and are encouraged to stay off the roadways whenever possible.

Stephen DiDonato, Mayor of Hammonton