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SHERIFF’S OFFICE OEM HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN – REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office has taken the lead and has posted a draft plan on their website under the OEM tab:

www.monmouthsheriff.org

The following link is a power point presentation discussing the draft OEM Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan.

OEM Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan – draft

Public comments are being sought for 28 days from the posting date of October 21, 2014.  Public comments should be sent to oemmitigation@mcsonj.org

For additional information, please click on the following link:

NEWS RELEASE:  Sheriff’s Office OEM to Release Draft Hazard Mitigation Plan

 

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ELECTION DAY – NOVEMBER 4, 2014, 6 A.M. TO 8 P.M. – DISTRICT 7 NEW VOTING LOCATION

The General Election, which includes the School Board Election, will be held Tuesday, November 4, 2014 from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

District 7 voters are reminded their polling location has permanently changed from the former Cedar Drive School to Fire House #1, 88 County Route 537 West.

Sample ballots will be mailed to all registered voters within one week preceding Election Day.

Election District 7 –  Change of Voting Location

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NOTICE OF SALE – TOWNSHIP OF COLTS NECK – $554,100 SPECIAL EMERGENCY NOTES, SERIES 2014

Information relating to the solicitation of bids for the purchase of $554,100 Special Emergency Notes, Series 2014, of the Township of Colts Neck in the County of Monmouth, New Jersey can be found on the link below.

All bids will be publicly opened and announced at the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Town Hall, 124 Cedar Drive, Colts Neck, NJ  07722, on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 11:00 a.m., prevailing local time.

Notice of Sale:  $554,100 Special Emergency Notes

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TAX SALE – DECEMBER 9, 2014

When unpaid taxes or any municipal lien, or part thereof, on real property remains in arrears at the end of the prior year, the Tax Collector or other officer charged by law in the municipality with that duty shall enforce the lien by selling the property at tax sale.

All real property assessed and remaining delinquent for the payment of property taxes and interest for the year 2013 will be subject to tax sale on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, 10:00 a.m., Town Hall Meeting Room, 124 Cedar Drive, Colts Neck, NJ  07722.

Payment Due Date:  October 17, 2014 – To avoid additional penalties, costs and publication of name, address, and outstanding tax balance in the Asbury Park Press every week for four weeks  prior to tax sale, property owners must pay all 2013 principle and interest and 2014 interest.  Please note:  Once the tax sale listing appears in the Asbury Park Press, subsequent publications cannot be revised reflecting tax payment.

To expedite payment, contact the Tax Collector’s Office at Town Hall (732-462-5470, x 2) for a quote of the entire 2013 delinquency including the current interest for 2014 unpaid taxes.  Payments are accepted in cash, money order, or certified check payable to the Township of Colts Neck.

 

 

 

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DEER – MOTORISTS ARE URGED TO PROCEED WITH CAUTION

With the fall season and shortening daylight hours comes heightened deer activity.

Motorists are urged to have a heightened awareness in anticipation of deer throughout the Township.

Travel the speed limit, leave stopping space between you and the next vehicle, and be ready to respond to unanticipated deer on the roadway.

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REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 120, FIREARMS, AND UPDATED NO DISCHARGE MAPS

At the Township Committee Meeting of August 13, 2014, Ordinance 2014-16 was adopted after public hearing, which revised Municipal Code Chapter 120, Firearms.  The following are links to the adopted Ordinance 2014-16, and the revised “no discharge” map in both color and black and white versions:

Ordinance 2014-16 Firearms

Firearms No Discharge Map (color) (8-2014)

Firearms No Discharge Map (8-2014)

The above links may also be found on the Police Department’s section of this website.

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