The Borough of Hopatcong successfully held its bi-monthly Council Meeting on April 1, 2020, while using Video Conferencing for the first time, and to their credit, it may be the new normal in the future.
Hopatcong Students have just concluded their second week of remote learning, and amazing things are happening within the District as the Students, Teachers, and Parents adapt to the new norm and use creativity and teamwork to make this the best experience possible for everyone.
Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp, Morris County Acting Chief of Investigations Chris Kimker, and Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Chief Andrew Miller announce the sentencing of Samuel J. Rozynski following a long-term drug investigation in Morris, Sussex, and Bergen counties.
As reported in the Lake Hopatcong region we have five primary groups that are supporting anyone that needs assistance, through volunteer assistance and food donations. Today, one of the groups “Hopatcong FOOD & SUPPLY DRIVE” is assisting for assistance in the form of donations.
The Borough of Hopatcong held its standard Council Meeting today as required by law to conduct the necessary business for the Borough. While the Borough offices are open and conducting business, the building is closed to the public except for this meeting.
The team of Heather Marie Fiore and Trish DeDolce continue their bid for the two council seats for the Borough of Hopatcong through online resources during this outbreak, as the team is ever so close to gathering the required 50 signatures and filing the necessary paperwork.
Hopatcong Lake Regional News is aware of several homes within our region that don’t have broadband access and will benefit from the following offer from Altice USA (Optimum). As they are offering 30 Mbps Home Advantage to qualifying homes without broadband service free for 60 days.