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August 20 Zoom Council Meeting – TIME CHANGE

The Thursday, August 20, 2020 council meeting will he held via Zoom conferencing.  Please note that the meeting time has changed from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Below is information on joining the meeting:

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If you have questions about the meeting, please contact the Deputy Clerk at 856-456-0030 (hit 113 when the recording starts)

JOB OPENING IN PUBLIC WORKS

The Public Works Department has a job opening for a Laborer position.   Experience is preferred, but not necessary.  Incumbent will be required to perform all labor work in the Highway Division.

A valid New Jersey Commercial Drivers License with the necessary endorsements will be essential and must be obtained within six months of hire.  Visit this page for more details.

Borough Survey and Revised Trash and Recycling Schedule

On Thursday, July 30, 2020 tax bills were mailed out. In the same mailing, residents were sent an informational letter from Borough Administrator, Ryan Giles, regarding adjustments being made to the Borough’s trash routes and the days trash will be collected.  The revised trash schedule will go into effect on Monday, August 17, 2020.

SURVEY:  Also included with the tax bill mailing, is a survey Mayor and Council developed with questions about Borough services.  The purpose of the anonymous survey is to help Mayor and Council better understand residents’ wants and needs, along with concerns and opinions.  Be advised, we are asking for your street name in Question #1 so that the feedback received can be broken down into sections of the Borough. It is our hope that all residents can take a few minutes to complete the survey so that concerns can be addressed. The survey can be completed online at:   www.surveymonkey.com/r/FXNSVMC

Please note the survey should not be about property taxes and is non-binding. Mayor and Council are fully aware of your concerns about property taxes in New Jersey and we are always looking at ways to keep our property tax at a minimum while keeping the same services within the town that we all enjoy.

Anyone with questions about the survey, should contact the Borough Administrator, Ryan Giles at 856-456-0030, ext. 111.

Your cooperation in completing the survey will be appreciated.

From the Office of Mayor Sims

“Meet Up” Parking Spot

To assist residents with online exchanges and child custody arrangements, the Westville Police Department has put up a “Meet Up” parking spot. The parking spot is under 24-hour surveillance and is located in the parking lot of the Police Department by the fence line where the police vehicles are located. This spot can be used by people who make online purchases and are looking for a safe spot to meet.    Questions can be directed to the Westville Police Department at 856-456-9444.

Borough Administrative Offices-CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

The Borough Administrative Office as well as the Municipal Court office are still closed to the public; however, staff members are working their normal business hours which are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday.  To reach a staff member, call 856-456-0030 and select the appropriate extension as soon as the recording starts:

Borough Administrator/Clerk (111)
Board of Health (113)
Code Enforcement (116 )
Construction (114)
Court Administrator (124)
Deputy Clerk (113 )
Land Use (110)
Landlord Registrations (114)
Peddler/Solicitor Permits  (113 )
Pet Licensing (113)
Tax Collector (dial 110)
Vital Records (Marriages, Certified Copies)  (114 or 113)
Water/Sewer Clerk (114)

All payments can be placed in the mail box to the right of the front door.

 

Attention Dog and Cat Owners

DOG/CAT LICENSES
Reminder that all dog and cats, age seven months or over are required to be licensed by March 31, 2020 to avoid late fees, however the deadline date was extended to June 30, 2020 due to the COVID-19 virus. Details on licensing your pet, can be found on the Pet Licensing page located in this web site along with the Application to License your Pet.  (Please note that in order to register your dog for 2020, the rabies vaccination must be good through November 1, 2020.)  Additional information on licensing requirements can also be found in the Borough of Westville codes.

The State of New Jersey also mandates that dogs must be registered in the state “continue reading

Additional reminder – The Borough office is closed to the public so all payments can be left in the mail box located on the wall to the right of the main door.   If you have questions about registering your pet, please call Kate at 856-456-0030 (when recording starts press 113).  Mailed in registrations postmarked June 30 or those placed in the secure mail box on June 30, will not incur a late fee.

 

 

 

Free Masks

To help fight the COVID-19 virus, Cooper University Hospital has generously donated 100 masks to the Borough of Westville to give to residents who may need one.  If you’re a resident and need a mask, call the Borough Hall at 856-456-0030, ext. 114 or 110 or send an email to kcarroll@westville-nj.com to make an appointment to pick up a mask.  Available while supplies last.

 

Hazel Avenue

Pardon our Appearance!  The Reconstruction of Hazel Avenue has begun and it will be a work in progress for about one and a half months.  If you have questions about the project, feel free to call the Borough Administrator at 856-456-0030. ext. 111.