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Franklin Township Residents - Recycling Alert

Dear Resident, We need your help! As most of you know recycling is an extremely important building block in maintaining a sustainable community. The Franklin Township Department of Public Works provides residents with a convenient and easy alternative to curbside recycling through the use of the Recycling Center at the DPW garage in Pittstown. The Center is open Monday-Friday 7:00am-3:00pm and the First Saturday of each month from 8:00am – 12:00 noon.

The reason for this letter it to let you know that many residents are using the recycling center as a means to dispose of trash and items not recycled by their own haulers or by those providing the collection at the center. Click Here to Read More
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on December 7, 2017, beginning at 2 pm, there was a Fairness Hearing for the Township of Franklin, County of Hunterdon, regarding a settlement agreement related to the Township's obligation to provide affordable housing to low- and moderate-income households.
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Press Release:  Franklin Township Police Department Installs New “Project Medicine Drop” Box to Help Residents Dispose of Unused Medications, Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse
We are pleased to announce that we have installed a drop box outside of the municipal building for the convenience of our residents and other customers. 
The drop box may be used for dropping off tax payments and other documents.  Please do not put any cash payments in the drop box.
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There was a post on Facebook in regard to an attempted abduction that allegedly took place at the Clinton Shop Rite on Monday afternoon (December 4) in Franklin Township Hunterdon County. The Franklin Township Police Department is advising that we did not receive a call of this incident and were not dispatched to the Clinton Shop Rite in regard to this incident.

If anyone has information or was involved in regard to the information from the post mentioned above, please contact the Franklin Township Police Department at 908-782-9594.

Lt. Tim Snyder
Officer-in-Charge of the Franklin Township Police Department

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