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Seat Belt Enforcement and Education Campaign to be Conducted by New Brunswick Police

  Police officers from New Brunswick will be cracking down on unbuckled motorists and passengers as part of the national “Click It or Ticket” campaign.  Beginning May 20th and running through June 2nd, the annual initiative will include high visibility law enforcement seat belt checkpoints as well as a national publicity campaign designed to ensure […]

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Family Fun and Safety Day

The Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office, in Partnership with Middlesex County YMCA Branches… Invites You to Attend a FREE FAMILY FUN AND SAFETY DAY! in recognition of: National Missing and Exploited Children’s Awareness Day (May 25th) June 1, 2013 from 1pm to 3 pm Middlesex County Police Training Center         North Patrol Road, Edison, NJ Day […]

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NEW BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT CONDUCTING PEDESTRIAN SAFETY EDUCATION PROGRAM

  New Brunswick, NJ, May 6, 2013 – The New Brunswick Police Department has initiated a Pedestrian Safety Education Program to make both pedestrians and motorists aware of safety issues regarding City streets. As part of the program, the Police Department will issue warnings to pedestrians and motorists who illegally use crosswalks and roadways.  The […]

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NEW BRUNSWICK TO CELEBRATE URBAN CLEANUP WEEK WITH ACTIVITIES TO ENHANCE THE BEAUTY OF THE CITY

Normal 0 For Further Information Contact: Russell Marchetta 732-745-5004 rmarchetta@cityofnewbrunswick.org New Brunswick, NJ, April 12, 2013 – The City of New Brunswick will conduct its annual Urban Cleanup Week from Saturday, April 13 to Saturday April 20, 2013.  During this week City residents and businesses are asked to take an extra effort in keeping their […]

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FEMA TO INSPECT STRUCTURES IN NEW BRUNSWICK

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be in New Brunswick to inspect structures that have sustained repetitive flooding and received claims payments on at least two occasions. The FEMA teams will be surveying these properties to collect data that will help FEMA understand why these structures are vulnerable to flooding and damages and what […]

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FREE FIREWOOD FOR CITY RESIDENTS

New Brunswick, April 3, 2013 – The City of New Brunswick is offering its residents free firewood.  Due to Hurricane Sandy, the City was faced with hundreds of trees that had fallen during the storm.  These trees were removed and cut into firewood. City residents can get up to 40 pieces of pre-cut firewood at […]

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