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Next Chance for Residents to Shred Set for Oct. 2

September 28, 2021

ELIZABETH, NJ - The next opportunity for Union County residents to bring their personal documents and sensitive papers to be shredded and recycled will be October 2, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., at the Union County Vocational-Technical Schools campus in Scotch Plains. The event may finish earlier if the shredding trucks fill up to capacity.

Union County’s free shedding events are ...

Who Will 'Save' Liberty State Park?

JERSEY CITY, NJ - Dueling rallies at Liberty State Park Saturday pitted big money interests against the community, a fight for social justice and civil rights against efforts to deprive people of color from participating in the fullness of the environment at their doorsteps.

What wasn’t quite as clear, however, was which side was which.

Protests to “save” Liberty State ...

Piscataway Girl Scout Troop 80038’s Bronze Award Project Focuses on Invasive Spotted Lanternfly

PISCATAWAY, NJ — Piscataway Girl Scout Troop 80038 presented their Bronze Award project at East Jersey Old Town Saturday to teach the community about the invasive spotted lanternfly.

 

 

 

 

Show below are Mayor Wahler with Troop members Maya Miller and Kathryn Crawley.

 

 

 

 

 

It was such a great ...

Free Scrap Metal Recycling in Cranford October 7 & 16

CRANFORD - The Union County Board of County Commissioners reminds residents that Union County’s free scrap metal recycling drop-off program continues in October.

A wide variety of metal goods, from household appliances to gutters and sheds, will be accepted at two countywide collection sites in Cranford and Rahway every month from April to November.

“This countywide program ...

Summit Park Line Receives $30,000 Rail Trail Conservancy Grant

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Park Line Foundation has received an unsolicited, $30,000 grant from the national Rail Trail Conservancy (RTC) organization. The funds are intended to support the construction of the linear park and placement of a pedestrian bridge linking two sections of the Park Line over Morris Avenue.

The grant comes through RTC's 'Trail ...

Summit Park Line Receives $30,000 Rail Trail Conservancy Grant

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Park Line Foundation has received an unsolicited, $30,000 grant from the national Rail Trail Conservancy (RTC) organization. The funds are intended to support the construction of the linear park and placement of a pedestrian bridge linking two sections of the Park Line over Morris Avenue.

The grant comes through RTC's 'Trail ...

Hundreds Gather for Tour de Westfield Bike Event Sunday

WESTFIELD, NJ — Bells were ringing and music was pumping in the north side parking lot of the train station Sunday morning as hundreds of people of all ages gathered with their bicycles for the town’s first Tour de Westfield.

In addition to a two-mile bike parade led by the Westfield Police Department, the morning featured a Bike Safety Rodeo with Westfield Police, a Safe Bike ...

Rutgers President Commits to Carbon-Neutrality by 2040 in University Senate Address

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway announced that he is committed to creating a carbon-neutral campus by 2040 during his second address to the University Senate on Friday.

Holloway alluded to the release of the final report and recommendations of the President’s Task Force on Carbon Neuatrality and Climate Resilience, established two years ago by former ...

EHD Virus Killing Deer in the Area But Poses No Human Risk, DEP Says

NEW JERSEY, NJ - Residents in Somerset County have reported a number of dead deer along the roads and on their properties.  The cause of this has been confirmed by the Department of Environmental Protection Division of Fish and Wildlife as Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, or EHD for short.

The DEP said that EHD does not represent a threat to public health in its own right.  ...

EHD Virus Killing Deer in the Area But Poses No Human Risk, DEP Says

NEW JERSEY, NJ - Residents in Somerset County have reported a number of dead deer along the roads and on their properties.  The cause of this has been confirmed by the Department of Environmental Protection Division of Fish and Wildlife as Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, or EHD for short.

The DEP said that EHD does not represent a threat to public health in its own right.  ...

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Wed, September 29, 6:30 AM

Addresses across Montville Twp, Montville

Recycle Bottles, Cans & Plastic

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Wed, September 29, 7:00 PM

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West Orange Environmental Commission Meeting

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Wed, September 29, 7:30 PM

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EV101 Webinar

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