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Comprehensive Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
for CDBG Program Year 2012
Passaic County, New Jersey
In accordance with Title I of the National Affordable Housing Act of 1990, P.L. 101-625, and the regulations 24 CFR Part 91.250, Passaic County New Jersey has prepared its Program Year 2012 Comprehensive Annual Performance Report (CAPER) for its Community Development Block Grant Program. This report contains information including: 1) Summary of resources and accomplishments, 2) Status of actions taken during the year to implement the goals outlined in the Consolidated Plan, and 3) evaluation of the progress made during the year in addressing identified priority needs and objectives.
Copies of the 2012 Comprehensive Annual Performance Report for Passaic County are available for inspection from November 6, 2013 through November 22, 2013 during regular business hours, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. either here or at:
PASSAIC COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
930 Riverview Drive, Totowa, NJ, 07512, Suite 250
MUNICIPAL CLERK’S OFFICE OF THE FOLLOWING MUNICIPALITIES: BLOOMINGDALE, HALEDON, HAWTHORNE, LITTLE FALLS, NORTH HALEDON, POMPTON LAKES, PROSPECT PARK, RINGWOOD, TOTOWA, WANAQUE, WEST MILFORD, WOODLAND PARK
Written comments on the Comprehensive Annual Performance Report will be considered until 4:00 p.m. November 22, 2013. Written comments should be addressed to Deborah Hoffman at the address shown above. Passaic County intends to submit the 2012 Comprehensive Annual Performance Report to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on or about November 27, 2013.
Persons requiring this information in an alternative format or other language should contact the Passaic County Department of Planning and Economic Development. La información será proporcionada en español a petición.
NOISE ORDINANCE: The use of Lawnmowers, leaf blowers, hedge trimmers, edgers, chain saws and similar power equipment used for lawn maintenance, the maintenance of trees, shrubs and plantings or leaf removal is prohibited between the hours of 8pm or dusk, whichever is sooner occurring, and 7am on weekdays and Saturdays and between the hours of 8pm or dusk, whichever is sooner occurring and 8am on Sundays except in the case of urgetn public necessity.
The Borough has installed a LIGHTNING DETECTION system to warn users of the Wag ballfields, the pool, the tennis courts, Franklin Field, and Veterans' Field (at the Kohler site) when lightning is imminent. It is now operational.
STATE AID AND LOCAL TAXES
The level of public services in New Jersey's various municipalities and the amount of property taxes that are paid in those municipalities are dependent on many factors. The New Jersey State League of Municipalities has produced a brochure explaining how these factors, including state aid, affect local taxes. Most of the so-called "state aid" derives from sources that were originally collected locally by municipalities but were then either abolished or taken over by the state, with the amounts given to municipalities later reduced by the state. Reading this brochure will help residents understand how these state actions have affected Hawthorne's budget and those of other municipalities.
PSE&G Offers Assistance to Customers Who Need Help Paying Utility Bills. Visit www.pseg.com/help for information on the LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) and other programs designed to assist residents who are experiencing difficulties paying their utility bills.