Liberty Township News Board
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New Tax Collector Hours
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Farmland Law Cover Letter and Form
Emergency Preparedness: What You Should Know
Interactive training to assist people with disabilities, their assistants, family, and friends to prepare for emergencies.
Monday, July 28, 2014
2014 Warren Caregivers Conference
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THIS FREE EVENT
Warren County Community College
Summer Energy Saving Tips
Tips to Reduce Conflicts and Encounters with Black Bears
Black bears have emerged from winter dens and are entering a very active period of the year throughout New Jersey in search of food and mates, which makes encounters with humans more likely, according to Department of Environmental Protection biologists. New Jersey residents, especially families living in "bear country'' in Northwest Jersey, are urged to take a few basic precautions this spring to reduce the risk of potential encounters.
Save the Date: Moth Night: July 23rd, 2014
Time: 6:30-11 pm
Liberty Township & Mansfield Township Environmental Commissions will conduct a National Moth Week activity at the Pequest Hatchery & Natural Resource Education Center, Route 46, Oxford, NJ.
Indoor presentations include: Robert Somes, Senior Zoologist, NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife Endangered and Nongame Species Program, -Compiling a NJ Rare Moth List and Their Habitat Management Needs, Michael Van Clef- Native Plants That Attract Moth Caterpillars, Michael Downey, Unique Photo, Fairfield, NJ- Moth Imaging, and Wade Wander, Entomologist, Moths. Outdoor displays will include; Warren County Mosquito Commission, Warren County Soil Conservations District, Donaldson's Farm, Audubon Society, Mountain Lake Community Association, face painting, and Liberty Township, antenna headgear.
Blaine Rothhauser, BR Environmental, LLC, will conduct the Light Stations and Moth Viewing on the Pequest grounds using a 1000 lumen sodium vapor lamp. More than 200 species of moth are expected.
National Moth Week encourages people of all ages and abilities to become "citizen scientists" and contribute scientific data about the moths they observe in their own communities.
Around the country and the world, people hang white sheets and turn on lights outdoors, in backyards, parks, camps, fields and woods during National Moth Week to observe and document one of nature's most diverse – and misunderstood – creatures.
Last year, more than 400 moth-watching and educational events were held in all 50 states and 41 countries during National Moth Week.
Recycling with a Mission
SustainAbilities™ is providing meaningful "green" job skill training to persons with different abilities, while providing an environmentally sound "green" solution to the local community.
Jersey Central Power & Light
24/7 Power Center - View Power Outage Map
Outage Maps Available Through Your Smart Phone.
Visit www.jcp-l.com. If you click on “Outages” on the orange bar near the top of the page, it will bring you to a page entitled “Outage Help, 24/7 Power Center.” Find and click on “Our Storm Restoration Process.” Here you’ll find some great information that details the steps the power company will take after a storm-related power outage in their process to restore power. This can prove very useful as we head into hurricane season (and later, winter storms).
Animal Lost and Found
If you have lost or found an animal please contact the Animal Control Official, Alan De Carolis at 908.377.0808
The Liberty Township Animal Holding Facility is located at
Come Enjoy Breakfast at the
Breakfast is served the third Sunday of each month,