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The June Town Council meeting date has been changed to June 17th and will be held at Town Hall on Monday, June 17, 2019 at 7:00pm.
You can view the meeting live from Comcast local channel 9 or live online.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns please email email@example.com or call 609-567-4300
The Historical Society of Hammonton will be hosting an Open House on Sunday, May 19 from 12 to 3 and will also be open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27 from 10 to noon. On Saturday, June 22 (rain date June 23) the Society is sponsoring a House and Garden Tour from 10-3. Pavers may be purchased until August 13. Contact the Society at 609-270-7652.
This Resolution is on the Agenda for discussion at the Town Council Meeting on Monday April 29, 2019 at 7:00 located at Town Hall 100 Central Ave.
Conversation of Your Life is a Mayors Wellness Campaign program that focuses on engaging communities in fruitful dialogue to honor National Health Care Decisions Day (April 16), COYL taskforces are holding
multiple community signing events throughout New Jersey during the month of April.
• April 24, 2019 3:00 p.m., Hammonton Library
• Featuring: Mayor Steve Didonato of Hammonton; Anthony Salvo, MD, Family Medicine, AtlantiCare;
Raymond Beebe, Esq., Law Office of Raymond Beebe; Victor Gazzara, DM, LCSW, Holy Redeemer Hospice
see event information flyer link below
Notice regarding sump pump discharge connection to town sanitary sewer system
First quarter Water/Sewer bills will be mailed out on February 1, 2019 with a due date of March 29, 2019(inclusive of the 10-day grace period).
Below is a link to our website where you will find a copy of Resolution #25-2019 and a letter regarding sump pumps that is being mailed with your Utility bill.
Resolution #25-2019 utility billing due date
Monthly council meetings will begin at 6:00 p.m. with an executive session, if necessary, which will adjourn to the public portion of the meeting at 7:00 p.m., in the Town Hall Council Chambers, 100 Central Avenue, Hammonton, New Jersey 08037. The following is the list of Regular Council Meeting dates for year 2019:
Watch recorded live video of the Downtown Hammonton NYE Bash Dec. 31, 2018
Any emergency is stressful enough, but when someone may be unaware of the danger, may resist help or not respond to first responders it can be detrimental to the outcome of the incident.
The Autism Alert Decal: “FD ALERT” “OCCUPANT WITH AUTISM”
The durable reflective decal can be placed on the door or window of your home to alert firefighters and other first responders that there is an occupant with Autism in the event of an emergency.
It can also go on your vehicle to alert public safety and rescue personnel in the event of a motor vehicle incident.
A private donation has paid for an initial supply of the decals to be distributed at no charge in our community by The Hammonton Office of Emergency Management.
The Autism Alert decals are available at Town Hall, 100 Central Ave., 3rd floor Clerk’s Office during normal business hours or send an email message (subject line “Autism Decal”) with your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency Preparedness – Greater Peace of Mind Through Preparation
Hammonton Office of Emergency Management
‘Path To Progress’ Website Launched In Support of Fiscal Reform Proposals
Provides Forum for Recommendations by the Economic & Policy Workgroup to Reduce Costs, Find Efficiencies & Maintain Fiscal Stability
Trenton – Following through on the recommendations by a blue ribbon panel that address the state’s most challenging fiscal problems, a website entitled “PathToProgressNJ: Policies To Save New Jersey” was launched today to provide a forum on the proposals to avert looming financial crises, help maintain fiscal stability, reduce the costs of government and allow the state to support vital needs and services.
The bipartisan workgroup reassessed the fairness, adequacy, efficiency and affordability of the state’s current revenue structure across all levels of government and reexamined the delivery of government services to develop its findings and recommendations.
The product of seven months of work by the 25-member panel of experts in public finances, the release of the 30 recommendations marks the first step of an ongoing process to involve stakeholders and the general public in an informed debate about how to put New Jersey on the path to progress.
The website provides a source of information on the severity of the fiscal problems that confront state and local government as well as explanations on the proposals to address them.
Residents can contact Mark Magyar, email address email@example.com regarding the State of NJ Path to Progress if they have any ideas or thoughts on the Path to Progress Report.
Go to the website: www.pathtoprogressnj.org