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Vol. 4 Issue 1 Newton, NJ Monday, January 4, 2010

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High Point Students Join the Battle Against Hunger Click here to Read the article
On December 16, 2009, students at High Point Regional High School held a food drive to benefit the food pantry at the Sussex County Division of Social Services, where the demand for food has grown faster than the agency's ability to meet the need. Each student was encouraged to provide non-perishable food items to help their hungry neighbors around the County. Read More...      

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Parrott, Wirths to Lead Sussex County Freeholder Board for 2010
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The Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders has unanimously elected Jeffrey M. Parrott and Harold J. Wirths to serve as Director and Deputy Director, respectively, of the Freeholder Board in 2010.
The Re-opening of County Route 622 Bridge H-03 over the Paulins Kill River
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The new 75 ft. long Bridge H-03, which replaced the 83 year old deteriorated existing bridge, was built by Lakeside Construction of Hopatcong, NJ and remarkably took just under four months to construct at a cost of $2 Million. The roadway was re-opened to two way traffic in November, 2009.
Sussex County School Influenza like Illness Surveillance System
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For the past several years, the Sussex County Department of Environmental and Public Health Services has been collecting information on influenza via an active influenza surveillance system.
Sussex County Plans for Annual Homeless Count
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Sussex County has been conducting a homeless count entitled the "Point in Time" since 2004 in order to get a snapshot of the homeless families and individuals in our community on one given day.
Senior Services Announces 2010 Special Events
Seniors should mark their calendars to take advantage of seven very special events that will take place in 2010.
Sussex County Farmland Preservation Program Update
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The Sussex County Farmland Preservation program has had another busy and productive year. As of December 17th, 31 farms were closed, adding about 1,924 acres to the program.

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  A Program of the County of Sussex
Board of Chosen Freeholders
Jeffrey M. Parrott
Freeholder Director
Phillip R. Crabb
Harold J. Wirths
Deputy Director
Susan M. Zellman
Richard Zeoli

County Administrator
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