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Hackettstown Soup Kitchen

First & Third Wednesday of each month starting on September 20th
Trinity UMC Hackettstown
Starr Hall, 6:00pm - 7:30pm

A FREE Meal served with dignity and respect to anyone experiencing food insecurity, homelessness or in need of a hot meal.

Weed Harvesting Video at Mountain Lake

By special request, here’s a short clip of the weed harvester recently used in the area of the municipal beach.

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JCP&L Who Owns What?

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) reminds customers that they need to be aware that individual outages to their homes may require an electrician.

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JCP&L’s MyTown Feature Offers Valuable Municipal Information  

The MyTown link on the Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) 24/7 Power Center provides comprehensive municipal outage and infrastructure information for every municipality in the company’s service area.  

Designed to help JCP&L customers access the important information they need during power outages, MyTown includes a summary of current outages as well as a snapshot of each community’s electric infrastructure.  

During major weather events, expanded information is available, including the cause of the outages, the time of the earliest reported outage, and the estimated restoration time.  

To obtain the latest outage information about your municipality, click the “MyTown” link on the JCP&L 24/7 Power Center or go to  

Recycle Beyond the Bag

Recycle your household bags & wrap into Trex's Earth-friendly composite decking and railing!

Liberty Township has reinstituted the program for plastic recycling with a drop box in the foyer of the municipal building. The door is generally open 8:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday-Friday.

Thank you for your recycling donations!

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Pequest Natural Resource Education Center

Come visit the Pequest Natural resource Education Center at the Pequest Trout Hatchery. The Center is filled with exhibits and mounts about NJ’s wildlife. Come learn about the animals that live in the state. Learn about the trout that are raised at the Hatchery and take a self-guided tour of the hatchery. The facility sits on more than 5000 acres of habitat from mountains to rivers. Explore diverse habitats by hiking the 3.9 miles of trails. Attend family events throughout the year. The public is invited to learn about New Jersey’s fish and wildlife resources and ways to enjoy them through special programs and events at Pequest. The Center just launched three new program series in addition to the numerous programs already offered onsite. The three new program series are: First Friday Flies - a monthly fly tying program, Nature Nurtures – a monthly story and craft time for toddlers 3-5 years old and Lunch and Learn – a monthly series of talks about different environmental topics.

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Parent to Parent Addiction Services

Parent to Parent Addiction Services, Inc. in the spirit of unity and compassion, offers strength, hope, and advocacy. We support families and their loved ones sufiering the ravaging effects of substance abuse disorders. Our mission is to reduce the number of overdose deaths by helping access quality, afordable treatment and support services. This is so NO ONE is denied the oppotunity to seck recovery. We strive to empower individuals and the community through education, awareness, and developing healthier conversations to reduce the stigma associated with this disease.

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Community Partners Wanted

WHO: Adult members of the Great Meadows School Community

WHAT: Opportunities for which you may receive a small stipend for facilitating an extracurricular activity or club based on your individual talents/skills.

WHEN: Spring 2022 and beyond

WHERE: Great Meadows Middle School and Central Elementary School

WHY: To provide GMRSD students with a chance to expand their education by learning a new skills, sport, game, etc. from someone who has first-hand knowledge or experience in the specific area of interest

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Girl Scout Troop 7260 - Road Side Clean Up

The Girl Scout troop 7260 attended the Committee meeting on March 3rd to promote keeping Liberty clean, by creating posters and asking the Committee to do a road side clean up in the community.

"Defending Our Heroes" Initiative

In acknowledgement of Veteran’s Day and the service of our veterans and active-duty service members, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has created an anti-fraud education initiative called “Defending Our Heroes,” which includes public outreach and new military-specific consumer education materials. The Division will be conducting anti-fraud presentations over the next year at veterans organizations and at military installations for service members and their families.

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New Transportation Service

31Ride, the county’s newest transportation program starts  Monday June 6th at 6:00 am.

County residents will have the ability to hop on  a bus at key locations and arrive at the Clinton Park-N-Ride without worrying about traffic or finding a parking space.

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Power Lines: Work Safe - Play Safe

Summer is a great time for relaxing, leisurely activities and completing work on outdoor projects. Whether you're working or playing, it's important to be aware of power lines and stay safe.

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United Way of Northern New Jersey

United Way Caregivers Coalition promotes knowledge of and action around caregiving issues to ensure all caregivers identify themselves in this role and have access to the resources, services, education, and other support needed to sustain them as caregivers.

Pathways for Caregivers Resource Book

Help For Homeowners

The Urban League of Morris County is an approved agency by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). We have Certified Housing Counselors that are available to help all residents with their foreclosure situation (Default Prevention).

Our counseling services take place in the office of the Urban League of Morris County, 300 Madison Avenue, Suite A, Morristown, N.J., 07940 which is handicap accessible.

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Warren County Mosquito Commission

On the homepage of the Warren County Mosquito Commission is the link Spraying for Adult Mosquitoes, which gives the daily information for our adult mosquito treatments.

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Warren County Sheriff's Office Implements "Project Medicine Drop"

(BELVIDERE, NJ) -- Unwanted or outdated medicines can be safely disposed of through “Project Medicine Drop,” Warren County Sheriff David P. Gallant has announced.  This project is a free medicine collection program for residents to safely dispose of unwanted, expired, or unused medicines.

The drop-off site will be overseen by the County Sheriff’s Office and located at the Warren County Courthouse, 413 Second Street, Belvidere.  This program is a cooperative effort between the Sheriff’s Office, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, the state Division of Consumer Affairs, and the Warren County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

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Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program

This program, funded by a US Department of Veteran Affairs grant, aims to keep veteran families from losing their homes and to rapidly re-house homeless veterans and their families. SSVF services include temporary financial assistance and case management services ranging from assistance in finding jobs and child care to linking the veteran to healthcare services.

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