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Job Opening - Zoning Officer, Land Use Coordinator PT ZONING OFFICER – WASHINGTON TWP, MORRIS COUNTY – Includes plan review, permitting, inspections and enforcement. Must be able to maintain spreadsheets. Zoning Officer Certificate, familiarity wi...
Morris County Community Gardening Open Gates Weekend Morris County Community Garden Open Gates Weekend. July 30 & July 31 www.arboretumfriends.org   flyer map site descriptions  
Blood Drive @ Green Festival There will be a Blood Drive at the Township Green Festival and Fireworks event on September 10.  Please view the attached document for additional details and instructions to schedule an appointme...
Meals on Wheels Volunteer Drivers Needed Morris County Nutrition Program and Washington Township Meals on Wheels Program need volunteers to help deliver meals to our homebound senior citizens. You must be a minimum of 18 years of age. If int...
Judge Issues Order in County of Morris v. Morristown and Erie Railroad On Friday July 1, Superior Court Judge Stephan Hansbury signed an order that calls for the Morristown & Erie Railway to institute additional safety and emergency response measures to deal with pot...
Movies Under the Stars this Summer Movies Under the Stars this Summer  Movies Under the Stars this Summer! Snacks are available for purchase Proceeds will go towards handicap equipment at Rock Spring Park Where: Rock Spring Park, 34 East Springtown Road Time...
Sands Casino Bus Trip Feeling lucky or needing a shopping spree? Washington Township Recreation Committee presents “The Sands Casino Trip” to Bethlehem, PA on Wednesday, August 24, 2016. Travel with us by motor coach a...
MUA Board and Other Volunteer Opportunities Available Applications are being accepted for openings on volunteer committees including the Recreation Advisory Committee, Historic Preservation Commission, and the Economic Sustainability Committee. There are...
MORRIS COUNTY LAUNCHES WEBSITE FOR FEMA FLOOD INSURANCE RATES MAPS Morris County has launched a website to inform and assist municipal officials and property owners as they begin the process of reviewing the flood hazard maps provided by the Federal Emergency Managem...
Judge Temporarily Halts Arrival of More Gas-Filled Railcars Superior Court Judge Stephan Hansbury directed the Morristown & Erie Railway to work with Morris County to come up with viable safety and emergency response plans to deal with  rail cars fill...

 

 

TIPS FROM JCP&L

 

 

Exhaust from backup generators, both portable and stationary, contains a high level of carbon monoxide (CO) gas, which can be dangerous or even fatal if inhaled.

  • Read and follow the operator's manual closely before operating your generator.
  • Locate the generator outside of your home and far away from windows, doors and vents.NEVER LOCATE A GENERATOR INSIDE YOUR HOME.
  • Direct exhaust away from windows, doors and vents.
  • Do not operate a generator in partially enclosed spaces, even if using fans or opening doors and windows for ventilation.
  • Install CO detectors/alarms throughout your home to ensure you are aware of the presence of CO gas. You cannot see, smell or taste CO.

Read more: Generator Safety

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM PSE&G: Public Service Electric & Gas Company (PSE&G) owns the electrical transmission right-of-way located adjacent to some properties.  The electric transmission lines on this right-of-way are essential for PSE&G to meet its committement to provide safe, proper and adequate electric service to consumers throughout New Jersey.  Maintaining proper tree clearance from power lines is absolutely necessary.

The number and size of overgrown trees and other vegitation on the right-of-way adjacent to certain properties now requires mainteance of the right-of-way.  Nelson Tree Service Inc, a private contractor working for  PSE&G will remove all trees that have the ability to mature over 3 feet in height in the wire zone (land located directly under the widest portion of the transmission line condutors).  Vegetation in the wire zone will be managed to promote grasses and low-growing plant community to obrain a meadow effect where possible.  In the border zone (land from the edge of the transmission line wire zone to the outer boundary of the right-of-way), where clearance permits, PSE&G may allow compatible vegitation, which should generally not exceed 15 feet at maturity.  PSE&G will also side trim all tree branches originating from outside the right-of-way that hang over or cross onto PSE&G's property along the transmission of the right-of-way.  

Any questions or concerns should be directed to Larry Porch, Nelson Tree Service, at 732-496-5931 during the day.  Or you may contact PSE&G Transmission Vegetation Management Department at 732-289-5292. 

 

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