The annual "Support Our Troops Rally" will begin take place on May 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The council will meet on May 21 at 7 p.m.
ADMINISTRATION REQUESTS FOR AGENDA ITEMS AGENDA DATE: MAY 21, 2013 ______________________________________________________________________________ ITEM PRESENTED ACTION REQUEST BY OF COUNCIL ______________________________________________________________________________ MAYOR ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE Cancellation of Outstanding Checks Cooperative Pricing Agreement with Somerset County Bid - Roof Replacement for 1 Main St. Bid - Cleaning of Sanitary Sewers Resolution Cancelling Tax Sale Certificate State Tax Court Judgment Appeal Refunds Parking Permit Refunds POLICE Traffic Ordinance Amendment HEALTH Multi-Services Grant Agreement RECREATION PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT Resolution Requesting Refund of Permit Fees from Current Account Resolution …
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The event will feature free food, refreshments and entertainment on May 18.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
A free rabies clinic will be held on May 13 and 15, with a micro-chip clinic set for May 22.
The following information was provided by the Township of Woodbridge. The Woodbridge Department of Health & Human Services - Animal Control Division is offering FREE rabies inoculations for Woodbridge Township dogs and cats on Mon., May 13 and Wed., May 15, 2013 from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. at the Woodbridge Health Center, 2 George Frederick Plaza (adjacent to the Main Library and Woodbridge High School). All Woodbridge Township pet owners must license and inoculate dogs and cats five months old or older. If a dog or cat has not been inoculated since 2010/2011, the pet must be re-inoculated. Pet license, proof of prior rabies inoculation and spaying/neutering certificate must be presented at time of inoculation (except for first-time pet …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
On April 27, Woodbridge held the annual "Tooling Around the Township" program.
On April 27 the Township of Woodbridge held the annual “Tooling Around the Township” program that brought together members of the community to fix up, repair and help maintain the homes of senior and disables residents. According to Mayor John E. McCormac in a release, “Tooling Around the Township” began in 2000 and nearly 200 handicapped and senior residents have benefited from the work done by community volunteers. This year 24 homes were worked on throughout Woodbridge Township. Volunteers for this year’s “Tooling Around the Township” included: Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, the Avenel Fire Department, the Woodbridge High School ‘Hero’s & Kool Kids volunteers, Ed McSherry and Woodbridge Township Municipal and Public Work Employees, the …
Saturday, March 23, 2013
The old tavern was where tea was first imbibed in Woodbridge - but in Woodbridge's history, it was so much more.
Ignore the naysayers. The history of Woodbridge gets township residents excited. A story that asked, "where was this house located?" drew 40 responses and lots of good guesses. Many people thought this old building was the Cross Keys Tavern, one of the most popular old postcards of Woodbridge's lost heritage. The Cross Keys Tavern - where George Washington stayed on his journey to his inauguration as the nation's first president - still exists; it was ignominiously moved from the post road at the corner of Amboy Avenue and Main Street where it stood to a lot a block away, to make room for the construction of the Knights of Columbus. You can still see the historic Cross Keys Tavern: it's behind the 7-Eleven, across from the Reo Diner. It'…
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Want to save money on your energy bill? Woodbridge has partnered with an energy assessment firm to give you a $49 blueprint on how to do it.
It's the dead of winter, and the only thing that seems to consistently go up is your utility bills. If you're looking to figure out how to save money, you might want to invest in a $49 home energy audit conducted by Ciel Power. The township is touting a partnership they made with that firm to offer Woodbridge homeowners an assessment of their energy use and how they can save money by making changes. They say that a home energy assessment highlights specific repairs and upgrades that can save homeowners up to 30 percent on their utility bill. It's a means of participating in the New Jersey Home Performance with Energy Star Program which provides New Jersey residents up to $5,000.00 in rebates and up to $10,000.00 in zero-interest …