A Message from Mayor Darlene Post
One of the frequently asked questions I receive relate to the implementation of paid ambulance service in the Township. It’s a topic of major concern not only our Fire Chief and myself; but to our residents as well. I have received letters and I have heard residents come to the microphone during Council meetings to speak of their experiences. But, before I go any further, I would like to express that our all-volunteer Ambulance crew deserves our gratitude for the service they provide.
To read the rest of the Mayor's Message, please go to our Mayor's Page.
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Road Resurfacing Program Updates for 10/27
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Clifton Health Department to hold Rabies Clinics for Dogs in November
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For up-to-date information regarding the Ebola virus, please visit the following websites:
Centers for Disease and Prevention
World Health Organization
New Jersey Department of Health
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