"A Farewell Message from Township Administrator Gail McKane"
As you may have heard, I will be retiring as Township Administrator/Clerk at the end of March. I'd like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the last 11 years. As happy as I am to be retiring, it is definitely with mixed emotions that I am leaving Harding Township. I have really enjoyed working with such a dedicated team (staff, elected officials, volunteers and residents) and am so proud of what we've accomplished over the years. I truly appreciate the support provided me during my tenure.
While I look forward to enjoying my retirement, it is with a heavy heart that I bid all of you farewell. I will not forget the friends I have made and the fine people I have met while working in Harding. I will surely miss these days as they have been a beautiful part of my journey.
SAVE THE DATE:
Art in Bloom 2017
Preview Party, Friday, April 28, 6-9 p.m.
Open House, Saturday, April 29, 9-11 a.m.
Support your Library by joining the Friends at our biennial
preview party and art show by local artists and artisans.
HARDING LAND TRUST
Free Tree Seedlings--In coordination with the Environmental Commission's Road Side Cleanup Day, The Harding Land Trust is pleased to offer Harding Residents the opportunity to adopt up to 5 free 2-4' high bare root tree seedlings. Distribution will take place on Saturday April 22nd from 9am-12pm at the Harding Township Municipal Building, 21 Blue Mill Road. If interested, please call the Harding Land Trust at 973-267-2515. Please join us to help keep Harding clean and beautiful.
Harding Land Trust Annual Meeting--Please join the Harding Land Trust for their Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 6th at the New Vernon Fire House. The guest speaker and more details will be announced soon. The business meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. followed by the special program at 7:30 p.m. For more information, please call the Harding Land Trust office at 973-267-2515 or visit the website at www.hardinglandtrust.org.
HARDING TOWNSHIP RECYCLING
2017 Recycling Schedule
MAR 11TH, 25TH
APR 8TH, 22ND MAY 6TH, 20TH JUNE 3RD, 17TH
JULY 1ST, 15TH, 29TH AUG 12TH, 26TH SEPT 9TH, 23RD
OCT 7TH, 21ST NOV 4TH, 18TH DEC 2ND, 16TH, 30TH
Hours of Operation:
Wednesdays: 7 am. – Noon (7– 9am self service)
Every other Saturday: 9 am – noon (see schedule dates)
Commingled Recyclables: Consists of all aluminum and tin cans, glass bottles, all plastic bottles and containers with the Recycling symbol, and #1, 2, 4, 5 & 7. Try to crush plastic bottle to conserve space. Please remember no plastic or paper bags.
Commingled Mixed Fiber: Recycling: consists of all paper, cardboard, newspaper, office paper, magazines, and books. Please put loose or shredded paper in paper bag. Please flatten all boxes or fill with other paper products.
Other Accepted Items: Batteries; automotive (car) and household (rechargeable accepted); Automotive and light truck tires, (on or off rim), Propane tanks (BBQ size only) and fluorescent bulbs (tube and compact).
E-Waste items accepted: Computers, monitors, laptops and televisions cannot be put into household trash. However, all E-waste items including printers, copiers, fax machines and all computer peripherals can be brought to the Harding DPW recycling center at the regular hours of operation.
Please contact Tracy Toribio at Harding Department:973 267 2448, Mon- Fri 8:30 am to 3 pm.
The Directory of Community Services is published as a public
service by Harding Township Civic Association and mailed mid-
February to every house-hold in Harding Township. We kindly ask
each organization to email any changes or updates to
of your organization in the subject line (MS Word document