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Of Note

Liberty Township News Board

Please visit for Liberty Township announcements and emergency information.

Happy Retirement!

Liberty Township sends Eleanor Clarkson best wishes as she begins her retirement.

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2018 Residential Spring Clean Up

The Liberty Township Spring Residential Clean-up is scheduled for May 21-26 and October 8-13.

A voucher system will be used.

Evening Voucher Distribution Hours
Wednesday 16 May until 8:00 pm

Each voucher permits (1) one car, pick-up or small trailer size load to dump at the Warren County Landfill.

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Disability Resource Fair

May 10, 2018
2:00 to 6:00 pm

Families, Students, Educators, Caregivers Welcome!!

Attendees will learn about the resources in the area including vocational and job training opportunities, disability benefits and estate planning, adult services, housing, recreation, higher education opportunities and much more!!

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Summer Recreation Program

Get ready for summer! The Liberty Township Recreation Commission is hosting our annual Summer Recreation Program. Please see the flyer for details. Check out photos from last year here.

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NJ Residents Suffer CO Poisoning / NJ Poison Control

Several New Jersey residents found themselves hospitalized this weekend for carbon monoxide exposure. The culprit: their gas generator. Carbon monoxide poisoning is a serious and deadly threat during severe weather. Do NOT under any circumstances bring gas generators indoors or leave them near open windows, doors, garages, etc. The New Jersey Poison Control experts urge the public to heed this warning for the next storm heading our way midweek.

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Liberty Township's Annual Community Day

June 9th, 2018 (Rain Date June 10th)

A celebration at the Mt. Lake Firehouse for all residents. Join us for a fishing derby, poker stroll, some food, music, games and amusements, and an evening fireworks show over the lake!

Schedule of events coming soon...

T-shirt Art Contest: Share your community day memory with us! Open to kids. Check out the flyer for more info.

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Yoga & Qi-Gong

Sponsored by the Liberty Township Recreation Commission

Come relax and join us for Yoga /Tai Chi every Wednesday through the Winter/Spring of 2018. Certified instructors will provide a one hour class. The class is open to everyone. Registration starts at 5:45 pm. All classes will begin at 6pm.

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Volunteers Needed

Just 1-2 hours a week can make a difference in someone’s life!

Perhaps you’ve reached a point when you have a little extra time in your life. How about spending a little of that time with us assisting our seniors and residents with disabilities in Warren County by volunteering for:

  • The Warren County Meals At Home Program
  • The Volunteer Connection Program

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Employment Opportunities

Applications are now being accepted for the following 2018 Liberty Township Positions:

  • Beach Manager, part-time position, seasonal
  • Life Guard, part-time position, open water certification required, seasonal
  • Summer Recreation Director, part-time position, seasonal
  • Summer Recreation Counselor, part-time position, seasonal

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Park Seasonal Jobs

Applicants Sought for Hundred of Peak-Season Jobs at State Parks, Forests and Historic Sites

The New Jersey State Park Service is seeking applicants for hundreds of peak-season jobs at parks, forests, recreation areas and historic sites throughout the state, the Department of Environmental Protection announced today.

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Public Health Alert: Carbon Monoxide Kills Even During Snow Storms

New Jersey is weathering a fierce snowstorm with dangerous, even deadly, travel conditions – low visibility, slippery/icy roads, frigid temperatures, gusting winds, high snow totals and possible flooding. Many may experience power outages due to the high winds.

When storms of this magnitude occur, it is common to see an uptick in poisoning exposures/injuries. “Severe weather often results in illness and deaths from hypothermia and carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, as well as exposures to a variety of substances,” according to Dr. Diane Calello, NJ Poison Control Center Executive and Medical Director, Rutgers NJ Medical School’s Department of Emergency Medicine. Carbon monoxide is known as the “Silent Killer” for a reason. It is a gas that gives no warning – you cannot see it, smell it or taste it. The good news: These exposures are preventable.

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Deck the Halls with Boughs of Safety

NJ Poison Center’s Holiday Hazards List

Another toy, another disc battery. So far this year, the NJ Poison Control Center sent over 30 children into hospital emergency rooms for swallowing a disc battery. X-rays must be taken to be sure a disc battery is not stuck in the esophagus where it may go undetected and eventually kill a child.

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Joint Feasibility Study Public Meeting Presentation

A study of the feasibility of a new sending receiving agreement between the Hackettstown School District and the Great Meadows Regional School District pertaining to 7th and 8th grade.

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JCP&L Reminds Customers Assistance & Service Programs

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) reminds customers having difficulty paying their utility bills that they may be eligible for special financial assistance or energy efficiency programs that could reduce the amount of electricity they use.

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Warren County Wanderings

April 25, 2018

Mystery abounds as you wander in Warren County! You never know what you'll see, like this fox, licking her chops in anticipation of Spring, spotted by photographer Kent Sweigert a few days ago. Things are heating up (even if the weather is warming in fits and starts) and there's something for every taste happening in the next few days. So read on! And Happy Wanderings!

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FRAUD ADVISORY: Inspector General Warns Public About SSA Employee Impersonation Scheme

The Acting Inspector General of Social Security, Gale Stallworth Stone, is warning citizens about a new Social Security Administration (SSA) employee impersonation scheme. SSA and its Office of the Inspector General (OIG) are receiving reports from citizens across the country about phone calls from an individual posing as an SSA employee. The caller attempts to acquire personally identifiable information from victims to then edit the victims’ direct deposit, address, and telephone information with SSA.

Acting Inspector General Stone warns citizens to be cautious, and to avoid providing information such as your SSN or bank account numbers to unknown persons over the phone or internet unless you are certain of who is receiving it. “You must be very confident that the source is the correct business party, and your information will be secure after you release it,” Stone said.

If a person has questions about any communication—email, letter, text or phone call—that claims to be from SSA or the OIG, please contact your local Social Security office, or call Social Security’s toll-free customer service number at 1-800-772-1213, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, to verify its legitimacy. (Those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing can call Social Security’s TTY number at 1-800-325-0778.)

Liberty Township Newsletter 2018

Residents - look for a mailing from Liberty Township in your mailbox within the next few weeks!

We are pleased to once again bring you this newsletter to share information about Township business and activities. We may be a small community, but there is plenty going on.

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Public Safety Notice: Temporary Road Limitation

Lakeside Drive West is now closed to all traffic. Vehicular as well as pedestrian until further notice.



Tax Rate Table

View 2010-2017 Tax Rate Table



Animal Information

Animal Lost and Found

If you have lost or found  an animal please contact the Animal Control Official, Alan De Carolis at 908.377.0808

The Liberty Township Animal Holding Facility is located at
Happy Tails Inn, Tim Norton
69 US Route 46
Hackettstown, NJ
Telephone: 908.813.3832

Come Enjoy Breakfast at the
Mt. Lake Fire Company

Breakfast Buffet
New Additions, along with your old Favorites!
Mt. Lake Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary
At the Mt. Lake Firehouse
For more info, call 475-3592.

Breakfast is served the third Sunday of each month,
with the exception of September, December, January and February
when we are closed.


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