Dear Municipal Clerk,
Our statewide organization, Citizens Improving Affordable Housing (CIAH), is requesting that you kindly forward all our information to the Mayor, President of the Council, and Members of the Council/Committee. We need to make sure that they receive this information by letter form and by email.
President of CIAH and Former Mayor of Hopewell Twp., Mercer County, NJ
Please note: The buildings are not expected to be completed until Summer of 2020 and applications will be available next year.
Click on the link below for more information regarding market rentals and affordable housing located at the Washington Promenade (formerly D'Angelo Farms), or if you would like to be added to the list.
PSE&G Issues Scam Alert
PSE&G phone number spoofed by scammers
(NEWARK, N.J. – Aug. 9, 2019) Public Service Electric & Gas is warning New Jersey residents that scammers have spoofed one of its phone numbers in attempts to obtain personal information. On Thursday, PSE&G started receiving a small number of inquiries, with calls escalating during business hours today. Many of the callers were returning missed calls that appear to have been made from a PSE&G phone number.
“If you receive an unexpected call from PSE&G in the next few days, particularly if you are not a PSE&G customer, we encourage you to hang up as it may be a scammer,” said Fred Daum, PSE&G’s executive director of customer operations. “If you have pending business with us, such as an appointment or collection notice, call us back on the number provided on your bill or call our customer service line, 800-436-PSEG (7734) or contact us on our website through MyAccount.”
When a scammer pretends to work for PSE&G, they will often request personal data such as credit card information or account passwords. No one should give out this type of personal information. When a customer calls PSE&G to conduct account business, PSE&G has numerous secure methods for verifying customer information.
Callers reported that today’s scammers have asked for personal information to conduct a meter reading or to add discounts on the PSE&G bill, or for information related to debit and credit cards on file. Such tactics are known utility scams, the most popular of which is a demand for immediate payment to avoid service termination. Before terminating service, PSE&G alerts customers in a number of ways: messages on their bill, letters and phone calls. PSE&G would never demand a specific type of payment nor threaten immediate service termination. While there are many ways to pay a PSE&G bill, the utility only accepts credit card and prepaid card payments through Western Union Speedpay, which charges a $3.95 processing fee.
Report all scam attempts by calling your utility and local police department, and file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at www.ftc.gov/complaint. More information about scams is available at www.utilitiesunited.org and www.pseg.com/home/customer_service/bill/scam/index.jsp.
Click on link below to download the No Knock List registration form.
Please bring completed forms to:
Cathy Romeo located on the 1st Floor of the Dumont Borough Hall, 80 W. Madison Avenue to receive your decal,
Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9 am - 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
(Please note Borough Hall closes at 3:30 pm on Fridays during the summer)
There is no charge for registration.
Please drop off applications at the Dumont Police Department, 50 Washington Avenue or contact Captain Tamburro at 201-387-5015.
Please click on link below to view the notice from the Bergen County Department of Public Works - Mosquito Control Division: