After being trapped in the house for over four months, watching everything get cancelled, it’s good to see live outdoor events occurring that provide a safe social distancing environment for everyone to enjoy.
The Hopatcong Marketplace had 37 vendors last week, with a good crowd of socially distanced people wearing masks. This week they are featuring “Day at the Beach” and are promising Mermaids & Pirates to entertain the shoppers.
On July 29. 2020 Superintendent Mr. Arthur DiBenedetto and Assistant Superintendent Mr. Joseph S. Piccirillo provided important updates on the Borough of Hopatcong reopening plans, survey results, movement of personnel within the district, and other key important information that you need to know.
During the last Borough of Hopatcong Council meeting, Councilmember John Young asked that the Drone Flyover pictures, full specifications, and cost savings be posted online regarding the Hopatcong Solar Field
This small army of 26 Scouts and 13 leaders we call Hopatcong Pack 88 can always be seen working across the town on Trash Clean-up, Planting Trees and Flowers, and assisting in Community Events. And now they are expanding their successful Lawn Flag program into a yearlong event.
The Hopatcong Beautification sub-committee is ready to release the first set of Hometown Hero banners that have been printed so far. To celebrate this great occasion, they have announced the following event.
The good news is that unless the Governor changes things the beloved Borough of Hopatcong will have its annual Garage Sale, where residents across the Borough all hold simultaneous Garage Sales making it a treasure trove for buyers.
The Borough of Hopatcong held its Council Meeting on July 15, 2020, through Zoom technology. The following provides key highlights from the meeting and the ability to watch a recording of the entire meeting.