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Borough of Madison, NJ 35m
⚠️💡 Madison Electric Department has confirmed that all power has been restored following the earlier widespread outage. In the event that you are still without power, please call 973-966-7330.
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Borough of Madison, NJ 9h
July 6, 2020 reopenings include youth day camps, in-person summer education, expanded NJTransit and light rail schedule and graduation ceremonies. Please remember that face coverings and social distancing must still be observed (except where exceptions apply).
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Borough of Madison, NJ 10h
Please be advised that inspections on all JCP&L Transmission Lines, begins today, July 6 and lasts until July 10, weather permitting. The helicopter, as seen in the photo, will be flying at a speed of about 35-40 mph above or alongside the lines.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 2
We want you to know we're here for you, and we're open for business. We will get through this together, and we’ll remain Strong.
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Borough of Madison, NJ 1h
If you are not signed up for AlertMadison, we recommend visiting to register for Madison's emergency alert system. Get notified of alerts, including but not limited widespread power outages.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 5
please be on the lookout for this missing person from Florham Park.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 4
🇺🇸 Happy 4th of July, 🇺🇸! We hope you have a safe and enjoyable Independence Day!
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 3
1/ Madison Borough Flags will be flown at half-staff through Monday, July 6 at the request of Mayor Robert H. Conley, in recognition and mourning of resident Vincent Hynes, who passed away on Friday, July 2.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 3
Replying to @MadisonNJ_gov
4/ Hynes was a member of the Greatest Generation, & we will be forever thankful for their heroism & leadership they demonstrated. The thoughts & prayers of Mayor Conley & Council are with his family, especially his brother Leslie Hynes, during this difficult time.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 2
Playgrounds re-open today! We ask that the public please observe the posted signage at all of our parks and playgrounds. Your safety is our priority.
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Borough of Madison, NJ 8h
Tomorrow is the Primary Election! Any voter who appears at the polling location (HDM) shall vote by Provisional Ballot, except those with disabilities who may vote on an ADA-accessible voting machine. Vote-by-mail ballots cannot be dropped off at the polling location
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 4
It’s the 4th of July and Uncle Sam wants YOU to make sure you have locked your doors!
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 2
is proud to have implemented, over the past two weeks, thermal detectors within our municipal building. This contactless device can take your temperature within seconds, and determine if your temperature is within our requirements for entry.
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Borough of Madison, NJ 10h
The Borough of Madison, except emergency services, will be closed today, Monday, July 6 in observance of Independence Day.
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Barb Morrison Jul 1
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Borough of Madison, NJ 2h
🔌 Madison Electric Department is aware of the widespread power outage. They are currently on scene addressing and working on the restoring power.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 3
Replying to @MadisonNJ_gov
3/ Last year he was one of five to receive a medal from the French Government, bestowing upon them membership in the French Legion of Honor from a grateful country and a grateful continent for their efforts on and the days and months to follow.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 3
Don’t be a statistic this 4th of July. Celebrate responsibly with fireworks or safe alternatives!
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Borough of Madison, NJ 2h
Please treat intersections as 4 way stops.
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Borough of Madison, NJ Jul 3
The Madison Recycle Center will be closed today, Friday, July 3 and tomorrow, Saturday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.
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