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Of Note

Liberty Township News Board

Please visit libertytownshipnj.blogspot.com for Liberty Township announcements and emergency information.

Ticks & Tick-borne Diseases

2017 is proving to be a very bad year for tick-bites. And we should have seen it coming!

It started two years ago in 2015 with an unusually large abundance of acorns here in New Jersey and the whole Northeast. Oak trees go through a boom-and-bust cycle with acorn production. The reason for ‘mast years’ or years when an immense amount of tree-nuts are produced, is largely unknown.

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Yoga at the Lake

Sponsored by the Liberty Township Recreation Commission

Join us this August for Yoga and Tai Chi at the John R. Fisher pavilion at Mt. Lake Beach. Certified instructors will provide a one hour class. Registration starts at 5:30pm. All classes will begin at 6pm.

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BREAKING NEWS:
Spike in Mushroom Poisonings in NJ

15 cases since July 24, 2017
Ages of patients: 15 months to 75 years old

Several of these cases have resulted in hospitalizations with potentially life-threatening consequences. No matter the scenario, picking wild mushrooms is dangerous and risky. Many edible mushrooms have toxic “look-a-likes.” Eating even a few bites of certain mushrooms can cause severe illness. Some symptoms of mushroom poisoning include intense vomiting and diarrhea, dehydration, damage to vital organs like the liver and even death.

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Preventing Heat Illness

Summer in New Jersey presents many challenges including hot weather. Working outdoors in high heat conditions can pose a number of hazards to workers.

The attached Safety Bulletin discusses the need for a coordinated team approach to protect workers from heat-related illnesses and injuries.

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FRAUD ADVISORY: Inspector General Warns Public About SSA Employee Impersonation Scheme

The Acting Inspector General of Social Security, Gale Stallworth Stone, is warning citizens about a new Social Security Administration (SSA) employee impersonation scheme. SSA and its Office of the Inspector General (OIG) are receiving reports from citizens across the country about phone calls from an individual posing as an SSA employee. The caller attempts to acquire personally identifiable information from victims to then edit the victims’ direct deposit, address, and telephone information with SSA.

Acting Inspector General Stone warns citizens to be cautious, and to avoid providing information such as your SSN or bank account numbers to unknown persons over the phone or internet unless you are certain of who is receiving it. “You must be very confident that the source is the correct business party, and your information will be secure after you release it,” Stone said.

If a person has questions about any communication—email, letter, text or phone call—that claims to be from SSA or the OIG, please contact your local Social Security office, or call Social Security’s toll-free customer service number at 1-800-772-1213, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, to verify its legitimacy. (Those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing can call Social Security’s TTY number at 1-800-325-0778.)

FirstEnergy Offers Tips to Stay Safe Around Electricity This Summer

Akron, Ohio – As the summer season is in full swing, FirstEnergy Corp.’s (NYSE: FE) utilities remind customers to use caution near electrical equipment as they work and explore outdoors. While summertime is associated with climbing trees, flying kites, yard work and water activities, it is important to stay clear of power lines and other equipment when outside – and remind children to do the same – to help stay safe.

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2017 Residential Fall Clean Up

The Liberty Township Spring Residential Clean-up is scheduled October 9 through October 14, 2017

A voucher system will be used

Each voucher permits (1) one car, pick-up or small trailer size load to dump at the Warren County Landfill

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Light Pollution Survey

Efforts to reduce air and water pollution in the 70's-90's found individual contribution to pollution far greater than that of big business. LIGHT POLLUTION was never addressed- until now. As we add lights, one by one, we become numb to the effect.

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Liberty Township Newsletter 2017

Residents - look for a mailing from Liberty Township in your mailbox within the next few weeks!

We are pleased to once again bring you this newsletter to share information about Township business and activities. We may be a small community, but there is plenty going on.

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Liberty Township Recycling News

It is state law for all residents and businesses: Newspaper, Junk Mail, Office Paper, Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Metal, Nickel Cadmium & Small Sealed Lead (Ni-Cd/Pb)

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Public Safety Notice: Temporary Road Limitation

As of February 1st, 2017 Lakeside Drive West, in the area just south of the “spring house” will be narrowed to a single lane. A temporary traffic speed limit will be reduced to 5mph due to road repairs.

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Warren County Wanderings

August 16, 2017

Here we are, smack-dab in the middle of August, and rather than pondering, "How did this happen?" Let's revel in it! Warren County hosts three major events worth special mention this weekend: an Antiques Show & Vintage Marketplace; Vintage North Jersey's Wine & Food Festival; and Blues & Craft Brews. There's a solar eclipse coming up; a quoit tournament; and, as usual, plenty of venues - indoors and out - are hosting live music.

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Tax Rate Table

View 2010-2017 Tax Rate Table

 

 

Animal Information

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
Happy Tails Inn, Tim Norton
69 US Route 46
Hackettstown, NJ
Telephone: 908.813.3832

Come Enjoy Breakfast at the
Mt. Lake Fire Company

Breakfast Buffet
New Additions, along with your old Favorites!
Mt. Lake Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary
At the Mt. Lake Firehouse
For more info, call 475-3592.

Breakfast is served the third Sunday of each month,
with the exception of September, December, January and February
when we are closed.

 
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