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UNION TOWNSHIP, HUNTERDON COUNTY IS SEEKING A PART TIME EXPERIENCED PUBLIC SAFETY COORDINATOR.
Job Description - to research any matters of interest or concern to the Union Township Committee with regard to public safety and emergency services, to analyze and evaluate such information as may be obtained, and to provide the Township Committee with written or oral reports and recommendations.
To excel in this role, you should bring:
- Relevant qualifications and experience or knowledge in: law enforcement, fire services, investigations, public relations and public safety and emergency services.
- Safety Experience
- Professional communication skills with demonstrated ability to influence at management level
- Energy and enthusiasm
Interested candidates please forward your resume and cover letter to Grace M. Brennan, Personnel Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 28, 2017.
The Township of Union is a an Equal Opportunity Employer
Open Burning Regulations
NEW RECYCLING HOURS
Recycling is open 7:30 AM-4:00 PM Monday through Friday and on Saturday mornings from 8:00 AM to12:00 PM. Note: Electronics Recycling closed on 5/1/2017.
On Wednesday, December 7 at our regular Township Committee meeting, David Stothoff was sworn in as Committeeman, to replace Bill Bischoff.
Please join us in welcoming Dave to the Township Committee
Township of Union
Department of Roads & Facilities
Full time Public Works Staff Position in Department of Roads and Facilities
The Union Township Senior Club consists of Union Township residents and neighbors who are 55 or older. Monthly meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at the Bethlehem Presbyterian Church in Pittstown. Interested in becoming a member, making new friends and getting involved in new activities? Contact Dan Petitt at 201 341-3071
It is Hurricane Season in the Atlantic. Be alert and pay attention to rapidly changing weather conditions which can include severe thunderstorms with lightning, heavy rain, hail and high winds. Be prepared by monitoring the weather and use common sense to minimize the danger to you and your family.
The NJ Office of Emergency Management website is a valuable source of information for preparedness. Please visit this website to learn how to create your emergency tool kit:
Union Township is seeking interested residents to fill two vacant seats on its Environmental Commission. The primary purpose of the Commission is to advise local officials and educate the community on environmental issues and to promote the conservation of natural resources in the Township. Environmental background is welcome, but not necessary. If you are passionate about the environment or helping our community, please consider joining us! Meetings are monthly. Please email your interest and credentials to Claudia Rocca, the Commission Chair, at email@example.com. Thank you!
As most of you are aware, the Union Hill condominiums, units 1-18, have been partially demolished due to the fire last November, and construction plans are being finalized. It remains unclear when the rebuilt units will be completed and residents allowed to return. Construction is estimated to begin in August.
Many of these residents have relied upon homeowner's insurance policies to pay for rent of alternate housing since the fire, and unfortunately some of these insurance plans are coming to an end. There are a number of former Union Hill homeowners, most single and several elderly, who are actively looking for housing in Union Township or close by. If you are aware of an available apartment, in-law suite or even a furnished room or two for rent to one of our fellow residents in need, please contact Dawn Carone, Access Property Management, at 908 806-2600 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dawn has graciously agreed to act as a clearing house for short-term rentals for the "Union Hill 18". Many thanks to Dawn and Access Property Management for continuing to work on behalf of our residents. If you have questions, please contact Ms. McBride at email@example.com.
We have a new initiative at our Recycling Center - we now recycle tires up to 36" in diameter, $3.00 per tire, cash or check; $6.00 per tire on rims. Tires accepted during Saturday morning recycling hours 8am-12pm; Union Township residents only!
Just a friendly reminder – Union Township does not pick up leaves and other tree debris. Please click here for suggestions on leaf and yard waste management from our Environmental Commission.
New Jersey Monthly magazine just rated Union Township, Hunterdon County #5 in their biannual survey of Top 100 NJ Towns. Five categories were considered: home values, property taxes, crime rate, school performance and lifestyle factors. For more information,
JCP&L now has a special Well Water Customer List for homes and businesses dependent upon electrically operated private water wells. Call 1-800-662-3115 to be added to the Well Water Customer list, or complete the form that will be enclosed in future bill inserts.
JCP&L also has a new Critical Care list for households dependent upon electrically operated life-support equipment. Call 1-800-662-3115, and JCP&L will send you a form that must be completed and signed by your physician every year to verify that you have life support equipment. JCP&L will utilize this list to contact Critical Care customers by telephone if an outage effects electric service for more than 24 hours. The list will also be provided to county and municipal Offices of Emergency Management. You can learn more about this free service here.
Would you like to be better informed in case of a County-wide emergency? Register for alerts from the County Communications Center at http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/rapidnotify.htm. In addition to weather alerts, the County may send out additional alerts where public health or safety may be endangered: for example, large fires, chemical spills, public water contamination, or certain police activity. Those who register can receive alerts on cell phones, home phones, or via email. The registration process is simple and can be completed from home, work or a computer in a public place such as a library. Residents who are unfamiliar, or uncomfortable, with computers should ask a family member to sign them up for phone notifications.
Register to receive email notices from the Township when the web site is updated.