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Preparing for Tropical Storm Isaias

As of 2 pm Monday, August 3, 2020, the National Weather Service advises that 45-55 mph wind gusts from Tropical Storm Isaias are expected in our area together with two to six inches of rainfall. The storm is expected to intensify once again into a hurricane. Rain will begin later tonight and intensify through Tuesday […]

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Tennis, Basketball, Pickleball Courts Reopen Friday, May 22, 2020

In keeping with Governor Murphy’s Executive Order No. 147 issued on May 18, 2020, the Club’s tennis, handball, pickleball, basketball, and utility courts will be unlocked on Friday morning by 10 am. Playgrounds and picnic areas remain closed. Those waiting to play are required to maintain the appropriate social distancing of six feet, and are […]

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Caution When Venturing Out on a Frozen Lake: Updated with Self-rescue Video

Anyone who loves to ice skate is thrilled to see cold weather without precipitation. It opens up a whole new world that usually doesn’t last for very long. All too often, especially in recent winters, the temperature goes up and causes the ice to melt, or snow begins to fall and ice loses its luster […]

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Ice Safety Tips

Anyone who loves to ice skate is thrilled to see cold weather without precipitation. It opens up a whole new world that usually doesn’t last for very long. All too often, especially in recent winters, the temperature goes up and causes the ice to melt, or snow begins to fall and ice loses its luster […]

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Beware – Ghosts and Goblins Afoot

Halloween is here. Added foot traffic on roads and walkways calls for a special kind of care. Please do your part to make our community a kid-friendly place. Rake or blow your paths and steps so that they are free of leaves and sticks that children in costumes could easily stumble over. Make sure your […]

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Child Seat Safety Day on Sunday, October 20, 2013 – 10 am to 2 pm

Highland Lakes Security invites all members with children to join us on Sunday for Child Seat Safety Day. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration provides comprehensive information about child safety seats. This October 11, 2013 report in the New York Times identifies the difficulties parents face in properly installing child safety seats. Police officers from […]

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Storm Update November 5, 2012 – 1:45 pm

Below is the final update from Sussex Rural Electric, issued at 9:00 am today: Status As reported last night, we have reconnected all undamaged services. Today we will continue with clean up from the storm and respond to members who have repaired their damaged services and can now be reconnected. Thank you We want to […]

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Preparing for Hurricane Sandy…

The forecast for this exceptional storm with severe winds and heavy rainfall requires all of us to take steps now, and to be safe when we do. While severe impacts from Hurricane Sandy are not anticipated to occur until Monday, this weekend is the time to: REMOVE your boats from all docks SECURE or STORE […]

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Hurricane Sandy – Message from Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative

We received this message earlier today from SREC, and encourage you to review it. SREC has also provided guidance on preparing for disasters. ========================================================================= Hurricane Sandy is forecast to impact New Jersey sometime late Monday or early Tuesday although this is subject to change. Your cooperative is implementing its disaster plan today in anticipation of […]

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Speed Humps say “Slow Down on our Roads!”

Social and behavioral problems within communities are rarely caused by the majority—they’re more often the result of a few misguided people whose selfish behavior either directly or indirectly affects those around them. Such is the case with drivers who exceed the speed limit in and around Highland Lakes. Many people who use our roads respect […]

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U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary’s “About Boating Safely” Class on Sat., June 16

Representatives of the U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will be conducting their “About Boating Safely” program at the Clubhouse on Saturday, June 16, 2012. The 8-hour course includes all New Jersey-specific material as required by law, and upon successful completion, each student will receive a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary card that entitles them to boat […]

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Vernon Police Department Requests Your Assistance

According to the Vernon Police Department, several vacant homes in Vernon (due to foreclosure or abandonment by the owners) have recently been unlawfully stripped of appliances, copper piping and other valuable materials. While such reports have yet to occur in Highland Lakes, the Vernon Police Department is requesting that if you have a vacant home […]

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