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Below please find information regarding Verizon NJ's Bona Fide Retail Request Program. This program is for qualifying small business and residential customers in Verizon New Jersey's service territory who do not already have broadband service available to them may now request broadband service through a Bona Fide Retail Request (BFRR). If the City can gather 35 resident applications for this program Verizon will bring broadband service to those customers. Please submit your request application to the City Clerk so they can be presented to Verizon together.
As you are aware, as a result of the Corbin City Bridge construction, the NJ DOT has created a detour that directs traffic southbound from Route 50 to Cumberland Avenue to Cape May Avenue and onto Route 49. As your Mayor, I have spoken with the site engineer on numerous occasions, the NJ DOT spokes persons, reached out to the NJ State Police and have spoken with the representative of the Governor's office. These entities are aware of the issues related to this detour and are trying to adjust and address some of our concerns. However I am told these detours will continue as advertised throughout the summer weekends. The City will continue to update you of changes through our website and Facebook page, as we become aware of them. Thank you for your patience concerning this detour as well as your understanding that we are doing everything we can to minimize this inconvenience.
Thank you, Mayor Stephen Teasenfitz
Starting Saturday June 4, through Sunday, June 5, and continuing every weekend until the end of the summer, NJDOT’s contractor South State, Inc., will detour motorists from Route 50 southbound between Mosquito Landing Road and Route 49, past the construction zone to accommodate the expected summer traffic. All motorists will follow the existing southbound truck detour on the following days and times throughout the summer.
• Motorists traveling on Route 50 southbound will be directed to bear right onto CR637/Cumberland Avenue. • From CR637/Cumberland Avenue, make a left onto CR666/Cape May Avenue. • Make a left onto Route 49 eastbound. • Continue on Route 49 eastbound and make a right onto Route 50 southbound.
Landscapes only, no personal homes, children, pets or direct identifiers
Example: Seasonal scenes, gardens, lakes, county park, animals
Directly email photos to email@example.com
Cell phone images can be included but may be deemed ineligible for contest entry due to poor picture quality and low resolution
Photo images will be enlarged to a size 16 x 20 wrapped canvas print
Images should be at least 3 mega pixels, approximately 1800 x 1800 BPI
All entries become the property of the City of Estell Manor
Ribbon awards for 1st, 2nd 3rd and honorable mention
Judges will consist of staff, council and community members to be determined
Winners will be announced on the Annual Community Day Event
AGREEMENT FOR PERMISSION TO USE PHOTO AND IMAGES AND RELEASE AND WAIVER
I by this release and waiver agreement (the "Agreement") give my permission to City of Estell Manor, to use my image, taken by photograph, or otherwise, (upload) for its purpose of a photo contest. I confirm that, as of this date of signing, I am eighteen years of age or older.
I understand and agree that the Images may be released to the public. Once released, this photo is no longer protected and may be accessed by the public. Therefore, I hereby release and waive claims against the City of Estell Manor, its employees and or representatives. I grant to the City of Estell Manor, the use, reuse, and upload to the city website, social media, facebook in addition to enlargement and display within the City Meeting Room.
Further, I release, forever discharge and agree to hold harmless, The City of Estell Manor for the use of my photo. I am a legally competent adult and have the right to contract in my own name. I have read this document and fully understand its contents.
NOTICE FROM ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC
This letter is to notify you of Atlantic City Electric's upcoming transmission power line right-of-way vegetation management activities, per NJ Board of Public Utilities Regulations N.J.A.C. 14:5-9. Within the next two months, Lewis Tree Service, Inc., on behalf of Atlantic City Electric, will be performing vegetation control activities such as tree removals, tree pruning, mowing, or selective herbicide applications around our electric transmission facilities and right-of-way corridors in your municipality. These activities are part of a four-year vegetation management cycle to maintain electric service safety and reliability to our customers, including the municipal government and your residents. Although the routine maintenance cycle is completed every four-years, you may see our crews more frequently as they deal with individual hazards to our facilities, such as dead or dying trees.
Ownership of affected trees is determined by our easement or public right-of-way maintenance rights. All affected property owners will be notified of our activities prior to work being done, and will have the opportunity to discuss with us any questions or concerns they have prior to work proceeding. However, we wanted to make sure you were aware of our activities, as you may hear from your residents about our work.
One common concern is the NJ Board of Public Utilities regulation N.J.A.C. 14:5-9.6 requiring any woody vegetation capable of growing taller than 3 feet to be removed from the center "wire zone" of power transmission rights-of-way. This year and in the future we will be performing vegetation maintenance to these new standards.
Please be assured that our work crews will be doing professional utility pruning, tree removal, brush mowing, or selective herbicide applications utilizing best management practices. We look forward to working with you on these activities.
Need Help Paying Your Utility Bill? Atlantic City Electric Reminds Customers Assistance is Available
Atlantic City Electric customers have numerous options in which to apply for energy assistance. Atlantic City Electric wants its customers to know there is help available now if they are having difficulty paying their energy bills, and also offers energy conservation tips.