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  1. Free Rabies Shots Clinic

    January 18, 2020, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    - Bring ID (Free for Trenton resident ONLY) - All dogs and cats can get a 1yr or 3yr immunization - All dogs and cats must be 6mos or older - All dogs must be on leashes; if aggressive, dog must be muzzled - All cats must be in a proper transport carrier - $15 - Regular license * If owner can show proof of spaying/neutering, fee is $12

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  2. Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Municipal Offices Closed

    January 20, 2020, All Day

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  3. TWW H2Open Forums Schedule - Hopewell Township

    January 21, 2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Stony Brook Elementary School

    Our H2Open Forums are an opportunity for attendees—residents, customers, and public officials—to ask questions about their drinking water and water-utility infrastructure and get information directly from our TWW team. The Q&A session, which lasts an hour and a half, features TWW leaders like Acting Director Steven J. Picco providing information on our six-year, $405-million-dollar capital plan. Topics of discussion include our $150-million Lead Service Line Replacement Program and corrosion-control project; compliance with state Administrative Consent Orders (ACO); labor-force expansion; and TWW’s proposal to raise rates and fees.

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  4. TWW H2Open Forums Schedule - Lawrence Township

    January 22, 2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Lawrence Senior Center

    Our H2Open Forums are an opportunity for attendees—residents, customers, and public officials—to ask questions about their drinking water and water-utility infrastructure and get information directly from our TWW team. The Q&A session, which lasts an hour and a half, features TWW leaders like Acting Director Steven J. Picco providing information on our six-year, $405-million-dollar capital plan. Topics of discussion include our $150-million Lead Service Line Replacement Program and corrosion-control project; compliance with state Administrative Consent Orders (ACO); labor-force expansion; and TWW’s proposal to raise rates and fees.

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