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Website last updated: Tuesday, March 10, 2015
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Rain washes pollutants into storm drains and directly into our lakes, rivers and the ocean.
So what can you do?
visit www.cleanwaternj.org
Mailing Address: 133 County Route 645, Sandyston, NJ 07826
973-948-0783 (fax)
973-948-3520
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To Report a Lost or Abandoned Dog:

During Office Hours:
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
973-948-3520 x200/x205

After Hours:
Contact the State Police
973-383-1515
Sandyston Township Opposes Specific Proposals of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area " Vision 2030"Sandyston Township Opposes Specific Proposals of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
" Vision 2030"
Please click here to view the Vision 2030: A Vision for A Sustainable Future document prepared by Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Please click here to view R-19-2015 " Resolution of the Township of Committee of the Township of Sandyston Opposing Specific Proposals of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area " Vision 2030"
Park Plans For Next Century News Release
DEWA Foundation Document
Sandyston Walpack Consolidated School and Kittatinny Regional High School receive a special form of federal funding called Section 8002 Federal Impact Aid due to the amount of federal land located within the school district. The federal administration has sent Congress a budget that eliminates Section 8002 Federal Impact Aid funding - this would be devestating to our community.
On Tuesday, March 10, 2015, the Township Committee passed a resolution " R-31-2015 Seeking Reinstatement of Section 8002 Federal Impact Aid Funding" along with a letter to our Congressional Representatives and local State Legislators. We are asking help from the community in contacting these representatives in writing letters in support of reinstating this funding. We have prepared a sample letter below which you may use as a guide. Thank you for your help.
Attention Residents:
Resolution R-31-2015
Sample Letter Regarding Impact Aid