Liberty Township News Board
Please visit libertytownshipnj.blogspot.com for Liberty Township announcements and emergency information.
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.
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.
Cabin Fever Workshop
Saturday, March 25th
Join us for a fun craft and a movie, Hometown Habitat. Dr. Doug Tallamy, renowned entomologist, demonstrates and discusses how native plants are critical to supporting local wildlife, such as birds, butterflies, moths, etc. Refreshments, snacks and craft materials will be provided. This event is free and open to all ages!
JCP&L Storm Updates
Important Reminders for Customers:
Job Postings 2017
Applications are now being accepted for the following 2017 Liberty Township Positions:
Saturday, 11 February
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)
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.
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.
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
March 22, 2017Got cabin fever? Wander in Warren this weekend! There's a proverbial pot o' St. Paddy's events on the schedule, Centenary Stage Company kicks off their 2017 Dance Festival with a performance AND a workshop open to all dancers, a guided hike lets you can search for the rainbow's end, and as always, lots of live music. Happy St. Patrick's Day, 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,