BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - On Wednesday, Freeholders Angela Garretson and Bette Jane Kowalski, Deputy County Manager Amy Wagner and Public Works Director Joe Graziano delivered face masks to Mayor Angie Devanney and Berkeley Heights OEM Coordinator Tony Padovano. These face masks were part of a total of 100,000 the County had purchased to be distributed to its residents.
"We wanted to be of service to all of our municipalities, and we've been able to do that. So we're very excited to be able to serve and make sure that the people who need the masks have access to them. -- The County is here to support our communities," said Garretson.
"We have a three-day expose of traveling to all the 21 municipalities. So we're really excited," said Kowalski.
Residents of Berkeley Heights in need of a FREE face mask should contact BH Neighbors Helping Neighbors by calling 908.312.2066 or email BHHelpingNeighbors@gmail.com.
BH Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a group of local volunteers available to help people in Berkeley Heights manage during COVID-19. Residents can get connected to services, be assigned a check-in buddy, get info about Township and County programs, get groceries/supplies and more. Call (908) 312-2066 or email: BHHelpingNeighbors@gmail.com.
Visit the Berkeley Heights Township website for COVID-19 news, updates, information and resources.