Project Self-Sufficiency Board of Directors member Kathy Esposito, along with her husband, Lou, and their children attended the agency event to express their support of the staff’s efforts during the public health crisis

(Newton, NJ) - The Project Self-Sufficiency administrators and Board of Directors paid homage to the agency’s hard-working staff by creating a drive-through celebration at the agency’s parking lot on Thursday.

The day started as normal as possible for Hopatcong Special Education Teacher, Dr. Danielle Kovach as she got ready for a day of virtual learning with her students, taking care of three teenage boys and her husband that works the front lines in EMS.

Once again, the hard-working volunteer group called "Helping Hopatcong" will be supporting the community through this period as they hold their fifth No Contact - Drive-Thru Food Bank this Thursday May 7, 2020 from 10:00 am-1:00 pm at the Hopatcong High School parking lot.

The Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Senior Services hosts an event each May to honor older Americans during Older Americans Month.  This year’s celebration, originally scheduled to take place on May 1, has been cancelled to preserve and protect the health and well-being of our most valuable population during the current public health crisis. 

The virtual webinar of the Hopatcong Council Meeting that occurred on April 29, 2020, included multiple topics that are important to the community during this time, such as Grace Periods for Water, Sewer and Property Taxes. New services potentially being offered by the DPW for recycling and leaf bags, and the possibility of Borough employees being furloughed.

On Tuesday, April 29, 2020, the Hopatcong Online Facebook page lit-up regarding an alleged Baby Show Party that took place at the Hopatcong Community and Wellness Center, which is closed to the public at this time.

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