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Commissioners Approve Budget With Tax Rate Decrease
A 2023 spending plan that decreases the equalized tax rate to the lowest level in more than a decade, and that fully funds a capital improvement program with no borrowing, won unanimous approval from the Warren County Board of County Commissioners.
Rural Broadband Grants Bill Introduced as County Seeks Improvements
County Commissioners back bill from State Sen. Steinhardt to provide funding to make improved internet service attainable and affordable.
Commissioners March in Hackettstown's St. Patrick's Parade
Another great Hackettstown St. Patrick’s Day Parade is in the books! Warren County Commissioner Director Lori Ciesla and Commissioners James R. Kern III and Jason J. Sarnoski were honored to march in Hackettstown’s 2023 Parade.
Recovery Programs Available Soon for Hurricane Ida
Ida recovery programs will soon be available for homeowners, renters, and landlords impacted by Hurricane Ida.
Hackettstown St. Patrick’s Day Parade Grand Marshal Honored
The 2023 Grand Marshal of the Hackettstown St. Patrick’s Day parade has donned his sash! Robert "Bob" Moore will do the honors at the March 12, 2023 parade.
Warren County Celebrates Black History Month
Warren County celebrated the legacy of Black Americans whose power to lead, to overcome, and to expand the meaning and practice of America’s values has improved their communities during Black History Month.
Warren County Police Start ‘Blue Envelope’ Program
Law enforcement agencies in Warren County launched a new program to improve interactions between a driver with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and a police officer during a traffic stop, officials announced.
Commissioners Endorse Bill to Block Foreign Ownership of Farmland
Proposed state legislation that would protect New Jersey farmland from falling under control of hostile foreign governments won support from the Warren County Board of County Commissioners tonight.
Warren County welcomes Project Self-Sufficiency to Hackettstown
arren County welcomed Project Self-Sufficiency to Hackettstown as County Commissioner Director Lori Ciesla and Commissioner Jason J. Sarnoski celebrated the Hackettstown grand opening of Project Self-Sufficiency’s “Journey” mobile office.
Commissioners Ask State for Large Truck Restrictions
Warren County is seeking to keep large trucks off parts of its county road system, as the Board of County Commissioners passed a resolution requesting the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) modify the New Jersey Access Network.
Commissioners Honor Retired Emergency Management Official
William “Bill” Hunt, who recently retired as Warren County’s Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator, was honored by the Board of County Commissioners for his four decades of service.
Commissioners Nearing Completion of 2023 Budget
Warren County government’s 2023 budget process nearing completion with the Board of County Commissioners having held its final public work session dedicated to determining the budget for this year.
Commissioners Cancel Remaining Budget Sessions
The Board of County Commissioners has cancelled the scheduled 2023 Budget Meeting Sessions of Feb. 1 and Feb. 4.
Commissioners Mark School Choice Week
The Warren County Board of County Commissioners adopted a resolution supporting National School Choice Week and recognizing January 22- 28, 2023 as Warren County School Choice Week.
Commissioner Sarnoski Holds Meeting on Truck Traffic
Commissioner Jason Sarnoski held a meeting with municipal officials from across Warren County to discuss truck traffic on local and county roads.
More Than 1,190 Acres of Warren County Farmland Preserved Last Year
Warren County continues to aggressively protect its remaining farmland, with 13 farms totaling more than 1,190 acres permanently preserved by the County and its partners in 2022.
Shade Tree Commission Seeks Two Members
The Warren County Shade Tree Commission needs two new members to help regulate, plant and care for shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery in county parks, county road rights of way and other county-owned lands.
County Calls for Broadband Challenges
Warren County residents and business owners are being urged to check whether the level of internet service in their homes and workplaces is accurately reported in federal records.
Commissioners Start Drafting 2023 Budget
The Board of County Commissioners tackled their first major agenda item of the new year, holding held their first budget session of 2023.