Hamilton Residents Can Stay Up to Date
With the New 2011 Township Calendar
(Hamilton) – As the New Year approaches, Hamilton residents will be able to stay up to date on important Township events, meetings and services with the new 2011 Hamilton Township calendar.
The calendar will be delivered to all Township residents through their postal carriers before the end of this year. Residents can identify the calendar by its heading “2011 Hamilton Township Municipal Calendar” along with pictures displayed on the front cover and an advertisement from one of the calendar’s sponsors – Capital Health.
Along with other community sponsors such as Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital – Hamilton, Grand Bank, First Choice Bank, Brother’s Pizza, Faith Christian School, Shop Rite, Bohren’s Moving, Clarke Caton Hintz, Monarch Title Agency, PARS Environmental, the Hamilton Area YMCA, Diana’s Hallmark, Ironworkers Local 68, Grounds For Sculpture, Kucker Haney, the Law Office of Michael Balint and Phoenix and Associates, the Township calendar will be printed and mailed at no cost to Hamilton taxpayers this year. For the Township, it is a cost-effective way to provide important meeting dates and government service information to all residents, and especially those without access to a computer.
New to this year’s calendar will be an insert featuring information on how residents can properly dispose of several items, such as electronic goods, household goods, batteries, wood, paint cans, grass, leaves and many more different materials, along with information regarding the Township Ecological Facility.
“Through our HamStat staff meetings, we noticed that many residents contact us with questions on how they can properly dispose of or recycle different materials. So with the new calendar, residents will be able to detach this information and keep it as a handy reference all year long,” explains Mayor John Bencivengo. “Additionally, if we can increase our community’s proper recycling of certain materials, we will be able to decrease our township’s disposal costs, which local property taxes pay. Therefore, this is another way in which we can be ‘clean and green’ both environmentally and monetarily.”
In addition to the information, residents can also enjoy some beautiful pictures taken throughout the community, some of which were submitted by Hamilton residents. These pictures include “Unconditional Surrender”, Seward Johnson’s sculpture of the famous scene of a sailor kissing a woman following World War II, M.I. Hummel’s “Merry Wanderer” sculpture, which the company placed in front of their new North American headquarters located on Quakerbridge Road in Hamilton, as well as beautiful scenes from several township parks and recreational facilities.
If residents inadvertently do not receive a calendar before the end of the year, they can contact the HamStat Call Center at (609) 586-0311 and the Township provide them with a copy.