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A Letter from the New Brunswick Fire Department Regarding Renters Insurance

Homeowners insurance has conditions that will cover losses in the event of a fire, but did you know that renters have similar coverage available to them through renters insurance? Renters Insurance is a form of insurance that covers losses in the event of a disaster, such as fire, severe weather or flood. It is available […]

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Trash Collection Will Not Take Place Monday, January 2

Trash collection will NOT take place on Monday, January 2 as the landfill will be closed in observance of the New Year’s Day holiday weekend. The collection schedule for residents in the Tuesday zone remains unchanged and regular collection will take place on Tuesday morning. Residents are encouraged to be eco-friendly this holiday season and […]

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Betsy Garlatti Ends Longtime Career with City Council

New Brunswick City Council saluted longtime council member Elizabeth “Betsy” Garlatti on December 29, 2016 during her final meeting on the council after more than 12 years of service to the City of New Brunswick. Council member Garlatti was sworn in on January 21, 2004. She served four years as council president from 2007-2011. Her […]

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Important Information About Your Drinking Water

This past September, the City of New Brunswick provided public notification to water consumers regarding an exceedance of Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs) in our drinking water. TTHMs are a type of contaminant that are measured and tracked quarterly as part of regular water testing performed by the New Brunswick Water Utility. Samples taken in early August […]

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