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Sheep Hill Observatory

Public observing 3rd Friday of every month beginning at dusk -weather permitting-

Snow Parking

posted Nov 18, 2014, 4:10 PM by Anthony Pisano   [ updated Nov 18, 2014, 4:10 PM ]

Parking is prohibited on any public street between 10pm and 6am when there is 3” or more of snow on the ground and shall remain prohibited for 8 hours after the snow stops.

Please do not shovel snow into the streets

JOIN THE NEW YORK JETS AT METLIFE STADIUM!

posted Nov 17, 2014, 1:50 PM by Anthony Pisano

New York Jets Special ticket offer for Boonton Residents
Special pricing for either the Dec 1st game against the Miami Dolphins
Or the Dec 21st game against the New England Patriots
Click here for details

Cat Owners

posted Nov 8, 2014, 7:43 PM by Anthony Pisano

If your cat goes outside, make sure you have a collar and license tag on the collar otherwise your cat may get picked up by animal control.

Recycling

posted Nov 8, 2014, 7:42 PM by Anthony Pisano

2014 Recycling pickup will end on 
December 18, 2014.

 The next scheduled pickup will be on 

MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 2015
due to the New Year Holiday. 

COAT DRIVE

posted Nov 8, 2014, 7:41 PM by Anthony Pisano   [ updated Nov 18, 2014, 4:12 PM by Anthony Pisano ]


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Sponsored by:

BOONTON FIRE DEPT.
LADIES AUXILIARY

Help your local neighbors stay warm and well this winter.

PLEASE BRING "GENTLY USED" WINTER COATS FOR MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN TO THE 

SOUTH BOONTON FIREHOUSE 
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 FROM 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM.

DONATIONS WILL BE GIVEN TO ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, BOONTON, NJ

Morris County Iron

posted Oct 23, 2014, 6:33 AM by Anthony Pisano

Sat. Nov. 22nd
9:00AM-1:00PM
Hanover Twp. Community Center
15 Jefferson Rd. Whippany

2014 Leaf Pick-Up Schedule

posted Oct 8, 2014, 2:48 PM by Anthony Pisano   [ updated Oct 9, 2014, 5:21 AM ]

It's time of the year again!  Residents may rake leaves into the curb ONLY on the dates indicated.

FALL TROUT STOCKING SET TO BEGIN OCTOBER 7 ACROSS NEW JERSEY

posted Oct 5, 2014, 6:28 PM by Anthony Pisano

The Division of Fish and Wildlife will stock state waters with
thousands of trout beginning Tuesday, October 7, providing anglers with some great fall fishing,
Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner (DEP) Bob Martin announced today.
“Fall trout fishing is a treasured tradition that binds generations together and provides anglers
and families with opportunities to enjoy being in the beauty of our great outdoors,”
Commissioner Martin said. “We are committed to continuing this important tradition in the
Garden State.”
In all, 25,000 fish will be stocked. Yearling brown and rainbow trout averaging 7 to 9 inches in
length will be stocked in 17 streams and 14 lakes and ponds statewide. In addition to the yearling
trout, up to 500 brood stock rainbow trout will also be stocked.
These brood stock fish, averaging 18 to 24 inches, will be stocked in lakes and ponds during the
second week of stocking, with each water body receiving more than 30 of these trophy-sized
fish.
Waters stocked during the first week of fall stocking are the 17 large streams and rivers in
northern and coastal areas, such as the Big Flatbrook, Pequest River, South Branch Raritan
River, Musconetcong River, and the Manasquan and Toms Rivers. During the second week, 14
ponds and lakes in the central and southern portions of the state are stocked.
All fall-stocked waters may be fished as soon as they are stocked, as there are no closed waters
during fall stocking. It is important to note that there is a 9-inch minimum size limit on trout in
New Jersey, so anglers must immediately release fish caught smaller than the minimum size.
“Fall trout fishing in New Jersey is exceptional,” Division of Fish and Wildlife Director David
Chanda said. “Spectacular scenery, cool water, and great weather combine to make what many
anglers consider to be the best time of the year for trout fishing in the Garden State. I encourage
anyone who has not given the fall trout season a try to head out to their favorite waterway this
year and see what it’s all about.”
The complete list of fall-stocked waters and the stocking schedule is available at
http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/flstk14.htm
or through the Trout Stocking Hotline at 609-633-6765. Updates to the fall stocking program
will be posted as necessary.
A wealth of information about trout fishing in New Jersey, including regulations, fishing access points and trout fishing facts can be found at: http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/trtinfo.htm 

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