HANOVER TOWNSHIP, N.J.- Two major storms in less than a week have hammered most of Morris County, including the local communities. Schools are still closed and roads and power lines are being repaired hourly. Law Enforcement, Departments of Public Works and First Responders have worked around the clock to serve the community.
Due to the state of emergency declared, and the magnitude of the clean up, The Morris Area Coalition For Education and Positive Choices has moved Law Enforcement Night to March 16. Hanover Township Committeeman Thomas "Ace" Gallagher expressed gratitude for efforts over the last week, " We would like to thank law enforcement, departments of public works, first responders and emergency workers who have worked around the clock to clean up after this epic storm," he said. "Please come out on March 16 and support these hard working men and women who serve the community every day," he added.
Law Enforcement Night will be March 16, 7pm at Mennen Arena.
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