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Here’s What’s Happening. . .

FALL WATER HYDRANT FLUSHING – NEXT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2014

Fall flushing of fire hydrants will be conducted next Wednesday, October 29th  starting at 8:00 a.m. and continuing until all flushing has been completed.  Residents may notice lower water pressure and a slight discoloration of water as the flushing is performed in your area.  The discoloration is not harmful and will clear up if you allow the water to run for a few extra minutes.

Flushing is done twice a year in order to remove any sediment that may accumulate in low flow areas of the water distribution system.  The operation maintains the overall excellent water quality in our distribution system and ensures that each fire hydrant operates properly.

 

 BRUSH COLLECTION TO END NEXT FRIDAY

Brush collection is currently underway in the Borough, and will continue until next Friday, October 31st.   Residents are urged to take advantage of these final days of brush collection as the next brush pickup will be in April, 2015.

Limbs should be cut into lengths of 4 ft. or less and placed at the curb for collection.

Please do not take any brush to the Public Works yard on Center Street.

Thank you.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT:  

CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT  EBOLA FACTSHEET.

CLICK HERE FOR ENTEROVIRUS FACTSHEET

CLICK HERE FOR HOW TO FIGHT GERMS FACTSHEET

SUBSTITUTE CROSSING GUARDS NEEDED

The Freehold Police Department is currently accepting applications for Substitute Crossing Guards to work three (3) hours per day.  The salary is $12.83 per hour.   For more information, please contact Monica Sapirstine  at 732 462-1233, Ext. 102.

 WEBSITE ENHANCEMENT SURVEY

The Innovation Committee needs your input to create a better, more useful and user-friendly website for our town.  We envision a site where you can: get information on municipal events, pay municipal bills and fees online, view our budget, agendas, minutes, collective bargaining agreements, and contracts; as well as being able to file forms, applications, file complaints (or compliments) and get answers to your questions.  We want to include all the content you may want and need.  This effort is geared to  make our local government both transparent and interactive for you, our residents and business people.  Please, take a few minutes to complete this survey

 

 

 

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