PSE&G to Issue a Bill Credit for Gas Supply in February and March (pdf)
PSE&G announced today that it is issuing a bill credit for its gas supply during February and March due to lower gas supply costs. A typical residential customer who receives gas supply from PSE&G will save about $26, or 9%, for usage during February and March of 344 therms.
Madison & the Chathams: Single Use Bag Ordinance goes into effect March 1, 2020.
Plastic carry-out bags will be banned at retail establishments. Paper bags will be available for a fee at check out. The goal: shift to reusable bags.
Beginning in or about the second week of March 2020, JCP&L contractor Nelson Tree Service will be performing distribution line clearance tree trimming in Chatham Borough. This work will include the routine trimming of limbs to provide 4 years of clearance from electric wires, selective removal of limbs overhanging the electric conductors and removal of hazard trees that pose an imminent risk to electric facilities. All tree removals are performed in accordance with JCP&L’s easement rights or otherwise with the written consent of the property owner.
A coronavirus is a type of common virus that can infect your respiratory tract, and can spread much like cold viruses.
Sometimes a novel (new) type of coronavirus emerges and begins infecting humans like in Wuhan, China. Since the coronavirus is new and people have not developed resistance to it, the virus is causing an outbreak of respiratory illness.
Bring Your Own Bag! - Reduce Single Use Plastic Waste
Help reduce our community's single use plastic waste by participating in the Bring Your Own Bag initiative. Starting June 1st, 2019, a collection box will be placed inside the Chatham Borough Hall main entrance, where community members can pick-up or drop-off their reusable bags! There will also be a collection box at the Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market located at Railroad Plaza South, operating every Saturday between June 15th and November 23rd.
Morris County Awards Ash Tree Removal Contract to Deal with Infestation of Tree-Killing Insect. Morris County is initiating a long-term tree removal program along county roads to deal with infestation caused by Emerald Ash Borer.
Residents experiencing inconsistencies or problems with mail delivery in Chatham Borough can contact the United States Postal Service Northern NJ District consumer affairs hotline at 732-819-3260 to assist them. Due to the high volume of package inquires, customers may leave a detailed message if they are not able to speak to someone live.