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Berkeley Heights Considers a Community Garden, Calls for Applicants

April 5, 2018

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- The Berkeley Heights Environmental Commission is putting out a call for residents who have an interest in joining a community garden.  The purpose of the garden is to give people, who do not have gardens at home, a chance to grow vegetables on a fenced plot.  

The proposed location for the plots is the Littel-Lord property, located at Mountain Avenue ...

Berkeley Heights Residents and Council Learn What Can Be Recycled and Where

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Township residents found a new use for Facebook – they tracked the Giordano recycling truck as it made its rounds in the township on Wednesday -- after three major Nor'easters in March, they had a lot of un-picked up recycling they wanted to see disappear.

Recycling was also on the minds of township officials last night, when Joseph A. Graziano, Sr., the ...

JCP&L Preparing for Third Nor’easter that Could Impact Region

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) is preparing for the third nor’easter to hit the region in the past two weeks that could produce more than a foot of heavy, wet snow and the potential for wind gusts up to 45 mph in its northern and central New Jersey service areas beginning early Wednesday. 

JCP&L personnel have implemented storm and staffing plans and are prepared ...

Berkeley Heights to Hold Special Clean up of Storm Debris on Monday, March 19

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- The township will hold a special clean up on Monday, March 19, to pick up “everything you can get to the curb” that fell as a result of Storm Quinn, Mayor Bob Woodruff announced on Thursday.

Union County will be assisting the township. 

Township Administrator John Bussiculo said, “There will be a continuous sweep of the town for that debris.

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