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PSE&G Urges Contractors and Customers to Call 811 Before You Dig to Prevent Gas Emergencies Saturday is National 811 Day (NEWARK, N.J. – August 10, 2018) Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest utility, urges contractors and customers to use tomorrow’s date, 8/11, as a trigger to Call 811 before digging to help prevent gas emergencies. “Many of the gas leaks PSE&G responds to on a regular basis are completely avoidable,” said Joe Forline, PSE&G’s vice president of gas operations. “Contractors, in particular, need to call 811 and request a mark-out of underground pipes and cables at least three days before digging.” PSE&G responds to an average … Continue reading
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS THE BOROUGH OF HADDON HEIGHTS, CAMDEN COUNTY, seeks a full-time Certified Public Works Manager with a certification from the Center for Government Services, a high school graduate or equivalent diploma and hold the State of New Jersey Municipal Recycling Coordinator certification. A valid NJ Driver’s License and CDL, Class A and B are required. Qualified candidate will be an experienced professional with strong leadership skills, have technical knowledge of budgets, capital planning as well as possess excellent administrative and organizational skills to manage all facets of the Department of Public Works. Position entails directing all aspects public works including but not limited to daily work orders, … Continue reading
Parks & Recreation Meeting for Wendesday, August 29, 2018, at 6:00pm in the Mayor’s Conference Room to discuss the various documents that sports organization are required to file with the borough and what documents should they file with the borough.
Devon Avenue Tennis Court Working Group scheduled for Tuesday, August 28, 2018, at 5:00pm in the Mayor’s Conference Room to discuss any updates, possible long term solutions and a time table for repairs.
Haddon Heights will be celebrating our Nation’s 242nd Birthday on Wednesday July 4th. Please join us for these traditional event. Parade begins at 9am following a Station Avenue route, starting at 2nd Avenue then looping around 10th Avenue and heading down High Street to Hoff’s Park. We are planning on making this year’s event bigger and better! Join us for traditional and new events! The 4th of July Parade will feature string bands, floats, civic groups, antique cars, decorated bicycles and wagons, costumes and decorated pets. Want to join in the fun? Participants please see page 6 and 7 to see where and when to line up! Do you have … Continue reading