Notices & Announcements
COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE – Details
Indian Field Boil Water Advisory Lifted – Please be advised that the boil water advisory has been lifted effective Saturday March, 27th at 2:30 p.m. following negative testing results for e. coli and coliform from the distribution system. Thank you for your cooperation.
Indian Fields Water System (ID#1911005) Notice to Customers – please be advised that the HTMUA has a received a notice of violation from the NJDEP for failure to meet a reporting requirement. The violation is in regards to the corrosion control and source water treatment plan for lead and copper for the Indian Fields Water System.
The HTUMA obtained a permit from the NJDEP to install corrosion control treatment consisting of pH adjustment and reduction of the polyphosphate feed rate. The treatment was installed in 2011 and remains in place. The HTMUA and collects treatment samples on a bi-weekly basis and conducts routine sampling from multiple individual homes throughout Indian Fields on a bi-annual basis. Since implementing the treatment, only one copper action level exceedance has occurred. The 90th percentile copper result in 2019 was 1.51 mg/l and the action level for copper is 1.3 mg/l. The notice of violation was for a failure to submit an updated treatment recommendation following the 2019 exceedance. Please note that subsequent results from sampling conducted in 2020 were in compliance.
For questions concerning this notice please contact System Operator, Ron Schneider at (973)827-3048
2021 Community Garden Registration
Registration runs March 1st- April 16th
Rules and Guidelines
A mandatory orientation program for the Community Garden will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28th at the Hardyston Municipal Building. Registrants will be assigned their bed and receive access to the garden, review the rules and guidelines, and have to opportunity to share ideas with other gardeners, ask questions and discuss concerns.
Sussex County Senior Times Newsletter – April edition now available
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SCMUA Leachate Pump Station and Force Main Project
The Leachate Pump Station/Force Main Project includes construction of 30,000 linear feet of HDPE force main to convey leachate from the SCMUA Solid Waste Facility in Lafayette, NJ to the existing SCMUA wastewater transmission system in Franklin, NJ which ultimately is treated at the Upper Wallkill Facility in Hardyston, NJ. The construction contract was awarded to Tomco Construction (“Tomco”) on August 12, 2020 and the Notice to Proceed was issued on September 3, 2020.
To date, site grubbing and silt fence installation (i.e. site preparation and erosion control) has taken place along the full alignment. Between today and the end of 2020, Tomco will complete site preparation and receive material deliveries. Materials will then be transported to intermediate staging areas along the alignment within the easement across from the Sussex County Technical School on Route 94. The installation of the piping is currently scheduled to begin on January 4, 2021 within the easement. The anticipated project completion date is September 3, 2021.
Municipal Building Open – Please be advised that the municipal building will be open daily from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm . The public will be permitted to enter the building . Please adhere to all social distancing guidelines when entering the building and wear a face covering. A drop box is available in the lobby for those that wish to use it. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.