Fellow Southampton Residents,
As always, on behalf of the entire Township Committee, our Administrator, Ms. Hoffman and all of our Township employees we hope this email finds you safe and healthy. We empathize with those among us who have relatives and friends impacted by the COVID-19 virus. We continue to urge you to maintain social distancing and follow the guidelines set forth by the CDC and the State/County Boards of Health. Until the pandemic is behind us, we will continue to provide you with weekly updates of information and will post all updates to the Township webpage and to Facebook. We will also distribute through Nixle. If you are not familiar with Nixle, it is a service that pushes information to Residents who request to participate. You can sign up for the updates on the home page of the Township website.
This week’s information:
TESTING – if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, you are eligible for FREE testing through the County. Call 609-726-7097 between 9am and 5pm to schedule a test. Reminder, if you are having difficulty breathing or have significant pain/tightening in the chest – call 9-1-1 or your doctor immediately.
CAR INSPECTION – the motor vehicle inspection station remains closed. The closure has been extended until at least May 11th. Many Motor Vehicle issues can be resolved online at www.NJMVC.gov
YARD CLEAN UP – as a reminder, yard waste such as sticks, leaves, grass clippings, etc. should not be placed with the trash for regular pick up. Please place in bags or cans separately at the edge of the curb/yard and call the Township for pick up. While it is unlikely the pick-up will be the same day, your address will be placed in line for removal of these items.
COUNTY RESOURCE RECOVERY COMPLEX – the complex remains closed to the public.
RECYCLABLES – the Township recycling containers are available between 8:45 – 3:45 Monday-Friday. Please maintain social distancing from each other and from staff at the site.
Thank you to all Residents for the cooperation with Federal, State and Local guidelines. Stay safe!
Mike Mikulski, Mayor