This is the official Sussex County Email Newsletter.  Please display images or click this link to view in a web browser.

Vol. 1 Issue 2 Newton, NJ Monday, December 10, 2007

Feature Story

Sussex County Library Celebrates 65th Anniversary Click here to Read the article
On May 15, 1942, the Sussex County Library opened in the basement of the Sussex County Hall of Records. For the next fifteen years, the library mainly served the public with a bookmobile, which traveled throughout the county. Read More...

Having trouble reading this? click here.


Northwest New Jersey Bus Study (11/21/2007) Click here to Read the article
The County of Sussex is pleased to announce the County's participation in the Northwest New Jersey Inter-County Initiative - otherwise known as the Northwest New Jersey Bus Study.
Elder Wisdom Circle's Book Party Trip to New York City (11/21/2007) Click here to Read the article
On Wednesday, November 7, Gold and Wise, the Homestead's chapter of the Elder Wisdom Circle ventured out to Manhattan.
County Route 515 - Vernon Town Center (11/08/2007)
Construction on the Sussex County Route 515, Vernon Town Center Project, is now in Phase II. Effective November 7, new traffic patterns are in effect in the Vernon Town Center, Route 515 work zone, from the A&P Shopping Center area to Route 94.
Assistance Available for Medicare Part D Choices (11/07/2007)
The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) reminds people with Medicare in Sussex County that it is time to re-evaluate their health and prescription coverage.
Auxiliary Donates Fountain to Homestead (11/21/2007) Click here to Read the article
The Sussex County Homestead Auxiliary donated a lighted fountain in the pond next to the Sussex County Homestead for the enjoyment of residents, staff and families.
Warning Property Owners! Beware of Deed Scam! (12/10/2007)
Sussex County Clerk Erma Gormley cautions county residents to beware of organizations that offer to sell them a certified copy of their property deed.
County Caregiver Survey in Progress (11/27/2007)
The Sussex County Division of Senior Services provides caregiver support through various programs. If you are a caregiver, please complete our survey.
Sussex County Division of Health on the Cutting Edge of Hygiene Technology (12/03/2007) Click here to Read the article
The Sussex County Division of Health, Office of Environmental Health has acquired a state-of-the-art hygiene detection system to aid during the inspection of restaurants and food handling facilities.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistants (VITA) Needed (12/03/2007)
The program, coordinated through the Sussex County Division of Senior Services, provides free assistance in the preparation of basic federal and state income tax forms, tax rebate forms, and Earned Income Tax Credit applications.
Surrogate Court Notice (12/10/2007)
The location for the Surrogate Court remains at 4 Park Place in Newton. The court will relocate in the Spring of 2008.
Sussex County Division of Health Creates New Rabies Webpage (12/10/2007) Click here to Read the article
The new rabies webpage offers easier access to rabies related information and services for Sussex County residents. With only a few clicks, users can find information on upcoming rabies clinics, answers to frequently asked questions, and directions on how to report a potential rabies incident.
Farmland Preservation and Open Space (12/06/2007) Click here to Read the article
The Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders is proud to announce the most recent farmland preservation easement acquisition, the George and Mary Harper farm in Sandyston Township.

   A Program of the County of Sussex
Board of Chosen Freeholders

County Administrator
The Board of Chosen Freeholders hopes you find the official County of Sussex Email newsletter informative and helpful whether you live, work or play in our county. Please email your comments to

To subscribe to this periodic email newsletter please click here.
To unsubscribe, click here.

Privacy Statement
Your information will not be sold or distributed and is used only to maintain this list and to assist us in tailoring our content for reader interest.
We would appreciate hearing from you. Please contact us with your thoughts and/or comments on the County's Electronic Newsletter or Website by emailing us at

© 2007 County of Sussex