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The Lake Hopatcong water level is at 9.75 feet and no-wake restrictions are in place. At lake levels above 9.5 feet, boat speeds are greatly restricted and no wakes are allowed. Current lake levels can be found at  https://waterdata.usgs.gov/usa/nwis/uv?01455400
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Mount Arlington Beach Badges and Car Placards are Now Available! The Mount Arlington Municipal Beach is open to residents of the State of New Jersey. To ensure public safety, capacity limits have been set. The Beach is open full time starting Saturday, June 26th through Labor Day Weekend. Residents of Mount Arlington – Please stop...
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Mount Arlington Residents, Just a reminder that feeding of waterfowl is prohibited. It has been determined that large numbers of waterfowl on and around Lake Hopatcong causes a public health nuisance, including surrounding beach and properties, which is harmful to the health and general welfare of the public. No person shall feed, cause to be...
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At the December 4, 2018 Council Meeting, Patrolman Jimmy Braun was sworn in by Mayor Stanzilis. Congratulations and welcome Officer Braun!” Pictured with Patrolman Braun and his family are Mayor Stanzilis, Chief Keith Licata and other members of Mount Arlington’s finest.
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Morris County has moved to a new emergency alert system called AlertMorris. In our town, it is be called AlertMtArlington. With AlertMtArlington, you can receive emergency alerts by email, text, phone, or whatever method of communication you prefer. Sign Up for free at (https://www.smart911.com/smart911/ref/reg.action?pa=mountarlington). If you were a member of the County’s old notification system,...
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Morris County has replaced the old Everbridge Notification System with a new system called RAVE.  RAVE has been pushed out county-wide and works in conjunction with Smart911. The registration link is: https://www.smart911.com/smart911/ref/reg.action?pa=mountarlington
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The event will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2017 (Rain or shine).
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Mayor Mike Stanzilis and Lieutenant Ed LaBruno pictured with a plaque recently presented to the Mount Arlington Police Department by the Mount Arlington Senior Living Administration in honor and recognition for prompt and dedicated service to the residents of Mount Arlington Senior Living.
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