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    Storm and recovery update:

    From the Desk of the Mayor Harrison Township, New Jersey     To Our Harrison Residents,  More than a week has passed since the tornado, it is still hard to wrap your head around the devastation that was caused in our community. Fortunately, for most of us, that is just a mental exercise as we […]

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    Road Closure, Friday September 10

    Due to the continuing clean-up efforts from last week’s storm Mullica Hill Road (Route 322) between Cedar Road and the Clems Run/Stephen M. Sweeney Way intersection WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL REGULAR TRAFFIC on Friday, September 10th from 8:30am to 7pm. ONLY school transportation vehicles, emergency vehicles and residents within the area affected by the […]

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    Message from Mayor Lou Manzo

    To Our Harrison Residents,    I am pleased to announce that late yesterday evening President Biden signed a disaster declaration for Gloucester County. Today the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Deanne Criswell and a contingent of regional FEMA leaders, representatives from the Governor’s Office and the Superintendent of the NJ State Police, Colonel Patrick […]

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    Message from Lou Manzo

    From the Desk of the Mayor Harrison Township, New Jersey     To Our Harrison Residents,  I am writing on behalf of the Township’s Committee Members, Staff, Police Department, Fire and Rescue and Office of Emergency Management. In an effort to provide the community an update on our recovery, we met today to assemble a […]

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    Traffic Alert

    While we understand that Route 322, and the surrounding roadways, to Route 55 are normal travel routes for traffic heading to the shore, we implore all motorists to avoid the area if possible. Due to the continuing clean-up from the recent tornado, there are several utility crews in the area attempting to restore service to […]

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    EMERGENCY RECEPTION CENTER

    A reception center has been set up at  the Gloucester County Library in Mullica Hill and will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  The reception center will host representatives from the red cross for those in need of housing, food or other supplies.  There will be a Verizon charging station on site, and […]

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