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Annual Rpts.: (1868): 637-640; (1879): 74 & 96-98; (1883): 133; (1884): 101; (1885): 106; (1890): 55-56; (1891): 238; (1896): 322-323; (1900): 204; (1901): 136; (1902): 117-118; (1903): 99; (1904): 299; (1905): 317; (1906): 175-176. Workings were 663 feet long, 18 feet wide and 100 feet deep.

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Court appearances on behalf of the Township are required as well as effective documentation and tracking of all issues with regular reporting required. Ad Posted November 8, 2017 Ad Removed December 8, 2017 FULL TIME MUNICIPAL CLERK – CRANFORD TOWNSHIP.

Experience with Spatial Data Logic software a plus. The Township of Cranford (Union County) is seeking candidates for the position of Municipal Clerk.

Please submit your cover letter, resume and references via email by 11/20/2017 to: [email protected] Posted November 8, 2017 Ad Removed December 8, 2017 ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF RECREATION – MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, Cape May County, NJ.

Please visit a full description of the job posting advertisement. Ad Posted November 8, 2017 Ad Removed December 8, 2017 ELECTRICAL SUBCODE OFFICIAL – READINGTON TOWNSHIP is seeking a Full-time Electrical Subcode Official/Inspector.Municipal court experience and POMCA I & II preferred.Must have computer knowledge, excellent customer service, organizational skills and attention to detail.Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Cathy Scotti – Assistant to the Township Administrator at [email protected]

Applications must be received by November 22, 2017. Ad Posted November 8, 2017 Ad Removed December 8, 2017 P/T MUNICIPAL DEPUTY COURT ADMINISTRATOR – FRANKLIN BOROUGH (Sussex County) is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Court Administrator to work part-time – 25 hours per week plus three-night court sessions per month.

Must be licensed professional planner by the State of New Jersey; must have at least five years’ experience in serving as a municipal or county planner in the State of New Jersey; must be familiar with New Jersey Land Use Regulations; and must have experience in conducting redevelopment investigations and drafting redevelopment plans. Ad Posted November 8, 2017 Ad Removed November 20, 2017 DEPUTY COURT ADMINISTRATOR (PART TIME – 27 1/2 HOURS PER WEEK) - ESSEX FELLS BOROUGH AND NORTH CALDWELL BOROUGH, Essex County. POSTING DATE: 10/31/2017 DEADLINE DATE: 11/17/2017 OVERVIEW AND DUTIES: The Essex Fells and North Caldwell Shared Municipal Courts are seeking a part time Deputy Court Administrator (DCA).

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