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April 2016
Information Regarding Pets The Board of Health has received several complaints of residents not cleaning up after their dog.  Please be informed of Ordinance Ch. 186. 1-3 Animal Sanitation.  Any person who owns, harbors, keeps or is in charge of a dog shall immediately remove all feces deposited by such dog in a sanitary manner....
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Lyme’s Disease  As the days grow longer and warmer we spend more time outdoors enjoying nature and keeping fit!  If you are spending time outdoors take preventive measures and be aware of the signs and symptoms of Lyme disease. Lyme disease is an illness caused by infection with the bacteria which is carried by ticks....
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Rabies Information The New Jersey Department of Health has provided an FAQ regarding rabies and animal bites.   Download Flyer
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Bone Density Screening Bone Density Flyer -May 11, 2016
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Free Child Health Exam Tuesday, May 24th, 2016 The Township of Mount Olive is sponsoring a Free Child Health Exam & Vaccines for resident children of Mount Olive, Netcong and Mount Arlington who do not have health insurance.  A licensed Pediatrician will perform physical examinations and update vaccinations. The Child Health Exams will be held...
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175-22.  Excessive or unnecessary use. Excessive or unnecessary use or waste of water, whether caused by carelessness or by defective or leaky plumbing or fixtures, is strictly prohibited, even where the service is metered.   The Mayor and Council may, by resolution, limit or prohibit the use of water for purposes not deemed essential whenever,...
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Please be informed of the Electronic Waste Management Act implemented by The Department of Environmental Protection. An important provision of this act is a disposal ban of covered electronic devices, which include televisions, computers, monitors and laptop computers. For More information please call 973-398-6832 Ext. 113.
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Garbage pickup time schedules can change without notice due to holidays, weather or other events, therefore on any given pickup day, items for disposal must be at curbside by 5:00am on the pickup day.
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Please have these items at curbside the evening prior to scheduled pick-up day.
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PROPERTY TAX REIMBURSEMENT – SENIOR FREEZE Click on the link below to download the flyer. PRT 2014 Update ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS – PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTION Senior Citizens, Disabled Persons and War Veterans: You may be eligible for a Property Tax Deduction of $250.00 per year. Please contact the Tax Collector’s office for more information.
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