PUBLIC NOTICES OF THE BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE
BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE
The Borough of Lavallette Council Meetings
and the Planning Board Meetings will be held at the
Monday, June 17, 2013 Regular Meeting
Monday, July 8, 2013 Caucus Meeting
Monday, July 22, 2013 Regular Meeting
Monday, August 5, 2013 Caucus Meeting
Monday, August 19, 2013 Regular Meeting
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 Caucus Meeting
Monday, September 16, 2013 Regular Meeting
Monday, October 7, 2013 Caucus Meeting
Monday, October 21, 2013 Regular Meeting
Monday, November 18, 2013 Caucus/Regular Meeting
Monday, December 2, 2013 Caucus Meeting
Monday, December 16, 2013 Regular Meeting
Thursday, January 2, 2014 Re-organization
Planning Board Meetings
All Planning Board Meetings are held on Thursdays.
June 13, 2013
June 27, 2013
July 25, 2013
August 15, 2013
August 15, 2013
August 29, 2013
September 26, 2013
October 10, 2013
October 24, 2013
November 14, 2013
December 12, 2013
CHRISTOPHER F. PARLOW
BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE
Lavallette 2013 Intro
Lavallette 2013 Intro Budget May 20 2013 2.86MB
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Regular Meeting of the Planning Board will be held on
May 23, 2013 Has Been Cancelled. The public hearing on the application of Edward Hoagland, 107 Elizabeth Avenue, Block 48.01, Lot 12 originally scheduled for May 23, 2013 has been adjourned at the Applicant's request to June 13, 2013 meeting at 7pm. No further notice is required by the Applicant.
BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE
COUNTY OF OCEAN
RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE, COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY APPROVING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR STORM RELATED RECONSTRUCTION AND / OR ELEVATION OF NON-CONFORMING STRUCTURES (BULK DIMENSION NONCOMFORMITIES) AND NON-CONFORMING USES (TWO DWELLING UNITS IN ANY SINGLE-FAMILY ZONE)
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-02
ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF LAVALLLETTE, COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING CHAPTER 31, ENTITLED “FLOOD HAZARD AREAS”, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE.
NO. 2013-03 (1118)
ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF LAVALLETTE, COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING CHAPTER § 90 OF THE BOROUGH CODE, ENTITLED “ZONING,” REGARDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS FOR BULK REQUIREMENTS FOR HEIGHT AND LOT COVERAGE IN FLOOD HAZARD ZONES.
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-05
ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF LAVALLLETTE, COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING CHAPTER 13, ENTITLED “BUILDINGS, MOVING OF” AND CHAPTER 56, ENTITLED “STREETS AND SIDEWALKS” TO PROVIDE FOR TEMPORARY RELOCATION OF BUILDINGS DURING RENOVATION/RECONSTRUCTION.
Chief Financial Officer/Tax Collector-The Borough
of Lavallette is seeking an experienced individual with excellent
managerial skills and hold both State Certifications of Chief
Financial Officer and Tax Collector with at least a minimum of three
years experience for each. Preferable knowledge of Edmunds
Software is a plus. The Borough of Lavallette has our own
Electric Utility and our own Water/Sewer Utility. CFO duties
includes general ledger maintenance, budget preparation, payroll,
pension, bank reconciliations and accounts payable and receivables
as well as any other duties assigned. Tax Collector duties
include dealing with added assessments, and yearly tax billings, and
a annual tax sale. The Borough of Lavallette had a budget of
$7,537,802. The 2012 Tax Levy was $16,924,313 and there were
2,764 line items in 2012. Applications and Resumes can be sent
to Christopher Parlow, Administrator,
The Borough of Lavallette is looking for Building
Inspectors, Plumbing Subcode Officials, and Electric Subcode
Officials for their Construction Department.
You must have a drivers license.
Applications can be obtained on our website at lavallette.org
and should be mailed to
We are proud to offer this new service to the public. An Emergency Notification System gives those in charge of Public Safety a chance to reach out to the public in case of an emergency event.
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The Department of Community Affairs and New Jersey
Housing and Mortgage
Finance Agency recognize that many New Jersey families are currently going
through or facing foreclosure. The State of New Jersey and the federal
government provide a variety of programs to assist homeowners. Information
about these programs is free. As a service to struggling homeowners in your
About Foreclosure, First Steps: www.nj.gov/dca/hmfa/
Foreclosure Fast Facts in English:
The link for Foreclosure Fast Facts in Spanish:
For more information on foreclosure relief programs, please call
2012 Adopted Budget Available Online
Remember to Register Dogs & Cats
Cats and dogs must be re-licensed every year, licenses are good for the calendar year, and can not be issued unless the current rabies vaccination is good through October 31st of the the calendar year.
Please bring certification.
See cashier at Borough Hall for License's.
Recycling Change Notice
The Borough has adopted a “single stream” policy for the placement of recycling
materials for curbside pickup.
All glass bottles, aluminum cans, tin cans, all plastic containers (PET and HDPE-where the neck is smaller than the body), newspapers, mixed papers, junk mail, shredded papers, cardboard, and magazines can all be placed in one container for curbside pickup.
New Rules For Using Lawn
New rules for using lawn fertilizers in New Jersey are in effect this spring for both professionals and homeowners. Late this year a ban starts on application during winter, when excessive nutrients are more likely to wash off lawns and get into waterways.
- A March 1 to Nov. 15 season for homeowners who fertilize their own lawns.
- A March 1 to Dec. 1 season for lawn care professionals, who convinced lawmakers they need the extra two weeks to wrap up their fall season.
- Fertilizer must not be applied within 10 feet of a water body or left scattered on pavement.
- Lawn fertilizers must contain at least 20 percent of their nutrients as slow-release nitrogen.
- Phosphorus is being phased out of lawn fertilizer and will be allowed only in cases where a soil test reveals a specific deficiency in that nutrient. Slow-release nitrogen formulas will be phased in over the year.
- Fines for violations can be up to $500 for a first offense or $1,000 for a second offense. The state Department of Environmental Protection can seek an additional civil penalty of $1,000 for egregious violators.
Source: APP.com; New Jersey Public Law 2010, Chapter 112 Related; Environmental Committee Page
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Notice
The Department of Community Affairs recently
announced that supplemental benefits are available through the
federally-funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
. As a service to the community, could you please post the
following public announcement information on your municipality's
website and share it with any organization in your community that
might find it beneficial?
Eligible households do not need to reapply for the program to receive supplemental benefits. The benefits are available because LIHEAP funding for the year increased beyond the original projection provided by the
Nearly 158,000 households that heat their homes with gas will receive an added benefit of $100 while those that heat with electric will receive a $250 benefit. Approximately 28,000 families that heat with deliverable
fuels, such as oil or propane, will receive a $175 supplemental benefit. Also, about 51,000 households that received medically-required cooling assistance will receive a $100 supplemental benefit.
The DCA's Division of Housing and Community Resources administers the LIHEAP program, which is a federally-funded initiative that helps low-income residents with their heating and cooling bills, and makes provisions for emergency heating system services and emergency fuel assistance. To be eligible for LIHEAP benefits, a household must be responsible for home heating or cooling costs, either directly or included in the rent; and have gross income at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.
The LIHEAP application also serves as an application for the Universal Service Fund (USF) Program, which is run by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. USF helps low-income households pay for their electric and natural gas costs. LIHEAP eligible households may also be eligible to receive USF assistance.
To be eligible for USF, a household gross income must be at or below 175% of the federal poverty level, and pay more than 3% of its annual income for electric, or more than 3% for natural gas. If a household has electric heat, it must spend more than 6% of its annual income on electricity to be eligible. USF applications are accepted throughout the year.
For more information on LIHEAP, or to find the nearest agency participating in the program, please log on to www.energyassistance.nj.gov or call 1-800-510-3102 (LIHEAP).
Official News Papers for the Borough of Lavallette
The Ocean Star - Point Pleasant
The Ocean County Gazette - Lavallette
The Asbury Park Press - Ocean County
The Press of Atlantic City - Pleasantville
The Trenton Times - Trenton
The Trentonian - Trenton
Notice of mailing address change.
The Borough of Lavallette Po Box is Closed. Mail should be sent to 1306 Grand Central Avenue.
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