HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - The following items were noted at the Hasbrouck Heights Council Meeting on Tuesday evening.
- Hasbrouck Heights is at approximately 80% in responding to the 2020 Census according to Mayor Jack DeLorenzo. DeLorenzo stressed the importance of the Census, and asked all residents to complete the forms if they have not already done so,
- The Drop-Box for mail-in ballots has been installed at Borough Hall. Once mail-in voting starts, ballots that are dropped off in the drop-box will be picked up on a daily basis. The team that picks up the ballots from the 18-designtated drop boxes, including Hasbrouck Heights, will consist of three people, a representative from the Republican Party, a representative of the Democratic Party, and a member of the Sheriff;s Department.
- Councilwoman Josephine Ciocia noted that the Hasbrouck Heights Public Library will be re-opening, under new COVID-19 restrictions on Tuesday, September 29. Patrons will be able to call the library and book a 30-minute appontment to browse the library. There will be a maximum of 5 patrons allowed at one time. According to Ciocia, part of the reason the library has been closed longer than other libraries is because it is part of the municipal building.
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