Liberty Township News Board
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Job Postings 2017
Applications are now being accepted for the following 2017 Liberty Township Positions:
December 26, 2016 thru January 31, 2017
The Liberty Township Spring Residential Clean-up is scheduled 22 May through 27 May 2017
The Liberty Township Fall Residential Clean-up is scheduled 9 October through 14 October 2017
Preparations Also Being Completed to Ensure Utility Equipment Ready for Winter Operations
With the possibility of below-zero temperatures affecting much of the eastern United States this week, FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) utilities remind customers of steps they can take to better manage energy bills that may climb as the frigid weather lingers.
Based on current forecasts, the areas served by Mon Power in West Virginia; Potomac Edison in Maryland and West Virginia; Metropolitan Edison, Pennsylvania Electric Company, West Penn Power and Pennsylvania Power in Pennsylvania; and Jersey Central Power & Light in New Jersey could see single-digit temperatures or lower throughout the week.
Holiday lights are a tradition that reaches back to the earliest days of electricity, and now is the most popular time for home decoration. FirstEnergy’s (NYSE: FE) utilities hope everyone will enjoy this festive season while also remembering a few tips to help ensure the holidays remain safe.
Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin today placed 14 counties encompassing the northern, central and northern coastal areas of New Jersey under a drought warning due to ongoing precipitation deficits and deteriorating watersupply conditions, particularly storage levels in reservoirs.
See also: Public Hearing - Drought Warning
January 11, 2017Whenever Friday the 13th rolls around, it's time to wander into a chilling chapter of Warren County history. Actually, we exaggerate. But who doesn't like a good scare? You'll have your chance to enjoy some thrills on Friday the 13th and see how we mark that infamous date in Warren County. The photos that lead this edition of Warren County Wanderings are a clue as to what's in store. Plus there are plenty of other things to do in the next few days, so read on, and Happy Wanderings!
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
Come Enjoy Breakfast at the
Breakfast is served the third Sunday of each month,