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Trenton, NJ -  Governor Chris Christie today signed the following Executive Order:

Executive Order No. 237 - Directs the Director of the Division of Local Government to notify municipalities to accept payments for 2018 property taxes in calendar year 2017 and require them to credit those payments as received in 2017 if the payment is postmarked on or before December 31, 2017.

“The action I took today will ensure that local governments are flexible and accommodating of their local property taxpayers as we transition to the new federal tax code for 2018," Governor Christie said. "This executive order requires local officials to dedicate the resources and staffing to serve New Jerseyans who are planning in this way for their families and their futures." Click here for Executive Order 237

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Holland Township is pleased to offer Recycling of ALL Electronics
Starting September 16, 2017

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New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™
Your Power to Save
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The State Agriculture Development Committee (SADC) is seeking applications for the Farmland Preservation Program.

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Open Burning Regulations
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The Holland Township Asset Map was compiled by the Green Team, mayor, representatives from the Board of Health, Planning Board, and Environmental Commission in order to identify the many resources in our community that contribute to the high quality of life we enjoy. Click here to learn more.

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We Need You! Holland Township Parks and Recreation Committee Needs Members

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COMMUNITY FORESTRY MANAGEMENT PLAN

The Environmental Commission has developed a “Community Forestry Management Plan”. This plan was funded and recently approved by the NJ DEP. The objectives in this five year plan address street trees, park trees, trees on other public grounds and the education of private forest tree owners. Click HERE to read more.

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The Power of Partnerships

 

 




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