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COURT DATES 2018

January
4
18
25
February
8
22
 
March
1
22
 
April
5
26
 
May
10
31
 
June
7
28
 
July
12
 
August
2
16
 
September
6
20
 
October
11
25
 
November
1
8
 
December
6
20
 

The Public Defender will be in court on the dates highlighted in blue. A Language Line is available for all guilty pleas and 1st appearances.
El defensor público estará en el campo, en las fechas marcadas en azul. Una línea de idiomas está disponible para todas las declaraciones de culpabilidad y el 1 de apariencias.

 

***Updated Information**

 

On or about July 12, 2017 the second phase of construction on North Washington Valley Road will continue onto South Washington Valley Road. As a result South Washington Valley Rd will be closed between Long Valley Boulevard and Overlook Drive. The construction is scheduled to start at 7:00 AM and end at 3:30 PM Wednesday through Friday, then Monday through Wednesday. Only residents and emergency equipment will be permitted to travel South Washington Valley Road during the closure. A police officer will be stationed during the construction hours. At the conclusion of the workday the roadway will be re-opened to all vehicle traffic.  Construction may occur at the same time on both North Washington Valley and South Washington Valley Road. Please utilize and alternate route.

 

  

On or about June 22, 2017 road construction will begin on North Washington Valley Road. The construction is scheduled to start at 7:00 AM and end at 3:30 PM Monday through Friday.  During the hours of construction North Washington Valley Road will be closed between the intersection of East Mill Road and Long Valley Boulevard with a Detour established.  Only residents and emergency equipment will be permitted to travel North Washington Valley Road during the closure.  A police officer will be stationed during the construction hours.  At the conclusion of the workday the roadway will be re-opened to all vehicle traffic.  The project will consist of replacing a water main, which is scheduled to be completed on or about July 21, 2017.  Motorists should plan an alternate route during the hours of construction.  The project is being completed by R & R Construction 105-B Parker Road Chester, NJ 07930.construction

***Updated Information**

 

 

On or about July 12, 2017 the second phase of construction on North Washington Valley Road will continue onto South Washington Valley Road. As a result South Washington Valley Rd will be closed between Long Valley Boulevard and Overlook Drive. The construction is scheduled to start at 7:00 AM and end at 3:30 PM Wednesday through Friday, then Monday through Wednesday. Only residents and emergency equipment will be permitted to travel South Washington Valley Road during the closure. A police officer will be stationed during the construction hours. At the conclusion of the workday the roadway will be re-opened to all vehicle traffic.  Construction may occur at the same time on both North Washington Valley and South Washington Valley Road. Please utilize and alternate route.

 

  

On or about June 22, 2017 road construction will begin on North Washington Valley Road. The construction is scheduled to start at 7:00 AM and end at 3:30 PM Monday through Friday.  During the hours of construction North Washington Valley Road will be closed between the intersection of East Mill Road and Long Valley Boulevard with a Detour established.  Only residents and emergency equipment will be permitted to travel North Washington Valley Road during the closure.  A police officer will be stationed during the construction hours.  At the conclusion of the workday the roadway will be re-opened to all vehicle traffic.  The project will consist of replacing a water main, which is scheduled to be completed on or about July 21, 2017.  Motorists should plan an alternate route during the hours of construction.  The project is being completed by R & R Construction 105-B Parker Road Chester, NJ 07930.

 

 What is biodiversity and why is it important to us?

 

All living things have evolved on the Earth as a result of millions of years of adaptation to climatic conditions and biological interactions with other species. These forces have shaped today’s natural ecosystems and habitats. The United States has anincredible array of wild natural habitats comprised of diverse groups of native species adapted to particular regional conditions. These species comprise our native biodiversity. Many of our parks, nature preserves and wildlife refuges provide some of the best examples of these living communities of different species.

 

Healthy ecosystems are essential for maintaining native wildlife populations and the native plants that provide the food and shelter they require to survive. As global travel and trade have expanded, humans have either purposefully or accidently, transported non-native species to areas they would not likely have been able toreach by natural means e.g., wind, water or wildlife.  Some of these exotic species escaped from plantings and are able to reproduce on their own becoming weedy or ‘invasive.’ As these non-native species establish and spread they are replacing native plants and altering

 

natural habitats, often with disastrous consequences for the locally adapted plants and animals. Native habitats are being damaged, degraded and sometimes completely destroyed as a result of invasion by non-native exotic species.

 

Maintaining healthy wild ecosystems is vital for human survival and quality of life. Healthy ecosystems help provide clean air and water, and reduce loss of vital soil resources to erosion. Wild areas are great places for us to enjoy, relax and recreate. Restoring ecosystems compromised by non-native species offers some hope for the future but the effort to do so will require determination and a large, long-term commitment of resources and labor.

 

Patches of disturbed land including small woodlots, landscaped areas and backyards can sustain native wildlife, if designed, managed and maintained properly. 

 

 

Invasive Plants Home

What are native species?

Why are invasive plants a problem in natural areas?

How are invasive plants introduced?

How do invasive plants spread? 

How you can prevent the spread of invasive plants

Herbicide Use 

Re-Plant cleared areas 

 

 

How do invasive plants spread?

Invasive plants can spread by seed and by vegetative means including rhizomes, runners, shoots, tubers and bulbs. Seeds and plant fragments may be dispersed by wind, water, wildlife and people. Animals can spread invasive plants by consuming the fruits and depositing the seeds elsewhere  and transporting seeds or fruits on their fur and feet. People can spread invasive plants by carrying seeds and other plant parts on their shoes, clothing and equipment, or by using contaminated fill dirt and mulch. A common pathway for dispersal of invasive aquatic plants is through attachment to anchors, propellers, live wells and wheel wells.

 

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How are invasive plants introduced?

 

What is biodiversity and why is it important to us?

 

 

What are native species?

 

Why are invasive plants a problem in natural areas?

 

How you can prevent the spread of invasive plants

 

Herbicide Use

 

Re-Plant cleared areas 

 

 

What are native species?

A native species is one that occurs in a particular environment without human intervention. Species native to North America are generally recognized as those occurring on the continent prior to European settlement. Non-native (alien, exotic) species are introduced by people, from other continents, ecosystems, or habitats to places where they do not occur naturally.

Non-native invasive plant species are alien species likely to cause economic or environmental harm with a serious and measurable ecological impact due to their introduction.

Invasives often thrive quickly dominating new environments as there are no natural controls, e.g., predation, to keep them in check (  Many invasives have one or more of the following characteristics: 1) adaptation to disturbance; 2) broad tolerance for environmental conditions and extremes of light, soil acidity, and moisture; 3) production of large numbers of seeds; 4) high seed germination success; and 5) the ability to spread by ground runners or rhizomes.

 

Invasive Plants Home

What is biodiversity and why is it important to us?

Why are invasive plants a problem in natural areas?

How are invasive plants introduced? 

How do invasive plants spread? 

How you can prevent the spread of invasive plants 

Herbicide Use

Re-Plant cleared areas 

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