PISCATAWAY, NJ – Amid reports of businesses not following state mandates on operating during the coronavirus public health emergency, Governor Phil Murphy has issued Executive Order 107 which allows them to be reported for further investigation.
“To non-essential non-retail businesses refusing to follow our work-from-home order: This is not a polite suggestion. It is an order,” said Murphy’s office in a Facebook post.
Piscataway residents who feel an employer is in violation can call 2-1-1 or file a report online at https://covid19.nj.gov/violation using the Executive Order 107 Violation Reporting Form.
In a Tuesday Facebook post, the Piscataway Police Department provided more information about Executive Order 107 and other updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
The March 31Piscataway Police update states:
“For emergency situations please continue to dial 911 for assistance. For non-emergency situations and to file a police report on an incident that already occurred, please dial 732-562-1100 and an officer will either be dispatched to the location or will call you by phone to take the report. Any report taken over the phone will need a copy of the reporting person’s ID emailed to email@example.com.
To request a police report there are forms outside of the lobby of police headquarters. These forms can be filled out and left in the bin outside of the lobby, and your report will be either mailed or e-mailed to you. A copy of your ID will need to be submitted with the request form.
The Piscataway Municipal Court will not be holding court sessions until further notice. Court personnel are still working; however no in person payments will be accepted. Payments can be made at the drop box in front of the court window, by mail, or through the website. If you have questions regarding court, please call 732-562-2330.
For information on Township buildings, hours, services, and the Mayor’s updates, please visit www.piscatawaynj.org for information.
For information and services available from the State of New Jersey, please visit www.covid19.nj.gov. This website has a plethora of information, announcements, updates, and links to other services, along with all of the current Executive Orders."
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