COVID News HUB
Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 Netcong Community Partnership “Show & Shine” Autofest at the Netcong Community Marketplace! It was a beautiful day for families and friends to hang out with the amazing vehicles, vote for their favorites, and shop at the Market. Thank you to all who shared their beautiful vehicles at our event. A special thank you to Maria Patamia for the excellent job coordinating the event.
Many thanks to our Mayor and Council for providing our annual budget to make these concerts possible!
Joe Nametko, Mayor, JW Albensi, Bob Hathaway, Tom Laureys, Todd Morton, Elmer Still, Jack Sylvester
Also special thanks to:
Netcong Boro DPW, Netcong Police and Fire Depts., Netcong Boro Hall Staff
Perona Farms, Cliffs Ice Cream, McDonalds of Flanders, and t he Netcong Municipal Alliance for their donations and supplies!
Committee Approves Bucco Bill Recognizing “The Growing Stage” as the New Jersey State Children’s Theatre
A joint resolution sponsored by Senator Anthony M. Bucco that would designate The Growing Stage Children’s Theatre as the New Jersey State children’s theatre cleared the State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee.
$10 Million in Grants Now Available for Pandemic Recovery – Launched on Valentine’s Day with a $5 million fund, the Morris County Small Business Grant Program was given an additional $5 million last night by the Morris County Board of County Commissioners, which voted unanimously to increase the program funding.
USDOT Releases State by State Fact Sheets Highlighting Benefits of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Today, the U.S. Department of Transportation released state-by-state fact sheets that highlight how the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will deliver for communities across the country by repairing roads and bridges, improving transportation options, building a national network of chargers to accelerate the adoption of EVs, upgrading our nation’s airports and ports, and much more.
Open Enrollment is here! This is the one time of year residents who do not have health insurance through an employer or other program such as Medicaid or Medicare can enroll in an individual or family health insurance plan through the State marketplace, Get Covered New Jersey. 90% of individuals enrolling in health insurance qualify for financial help, and many residents can access a plan for $10/month or less. Enroll by December 31st, 2021 for coverage starting in the new year.
The Catalyst Seed Research and Development (R&D) Grant Program will offer grants of up to $150,000 to New Jersey-based startups to transform new discoveries from the research stage into commercially viable products and services. Applications open on December 6th, 2021. Potential applicants are encouraged to attend a December 7th, 2021 informational webinar.
Netcong has an amazing young lady who started a project to help our Netcong Emergency Food Bank. She uses coupons clipped from Sunday newspapers and other periodicals to purchase personal hygiene products with the coupons and donates them to our food bank. To date,...
The Netcong Board of Education has two open Trustee positions due to the resignation of Mrs. Catherine Gervasio and Mr David Costanzo.
The Netcong Board of Education has two open Trustee positions due to the resignation of Mrs. Catherine Gervasio and Mr David Costanzo. The Board wants to thank both former trustees for their years of dedication and service to the Netcong School community. The Netcong...
The Netcong Community Partnership (NCP) is pleased to announce that a weekly marketplace (aka Farmers Market) will once again add excitement to the Netcong downtown area.
NETCONG BUSINESSES Information sent to all Netcong Businesses on March 8, 2021 1 Business (Morgans) declined participation 1 Business (Make it Personal) complained- no one will go downtown if market is at train station 80 + Other Netcong businesses - we have not heard...
Phase 4 of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program provides grants up to $20,000 to small- and medium- sized businesses and non-profits that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Check your eligibility for Phase 4 grant funding.