Town Hall Meetings Posted on Highlands Site


Highlands Town Hall Meetings  The town actually has the town meetings scheduled for the next 6 months..

01/28/2013
Mayor Town Hall
8PM Henry Hudson Regional School, 1 Grand Tour, Highlands, NJ

02/18/2013
Mayor Town Hall
8PM Highlands Elementary School, 360 Navesink Ave, Highlands, NJ

03/18/2013
Mayor Town Hall
8PM Highlands Elementary School, 360 Navesink Ave, Highlands, NJ

04/15/2013
Mayor Town Hall
8PM Henry Hudson Regional School, 1 Grand Tour, Highlands, NJ

05/20/2013
Mayor Town Hall
8PM Highlands Elementary School, 360 Navesink Ave, Highlands, NJ

06/17/2013
Mayor Town Hall
8PM Highlands Elementary School, 360 Navesink Ave, Highlands, NJ

11 comments

  1. Finally! I wish the town would utilize the website more as a central information site. Thank you to whomever thought of posting the meeting schedule.

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  2. From the mayor’s FB page today: Hope For Highlands sent out a packet in today’s mail to every home owner downtown. In the packet is info on how to apply for funding. The source of the money is the revenue that we have raised at all the events and concerts as well as individual donations.

    I wonder if this will get forwarded with the rest of my mail or not.

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  3. Hello all,

    I spoke with somebody at NFIP who was very helpful and mentioned that older homes are grandfathered to receive lower cost insurance rates through a program called PRP until new National flood levels are put out. Here is link to info…thought it might be helpful to buy time or possible save money on insurance(obviously) but also to elevate.
    http://www.floodsmart.gov/floodsmart/pages/flooding_flood_risks/prp_extension_for_property_owners.jsp. HB please share with all. thx RS

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  4. Hello,

    I spoke with someone at NFIP who was very helpful that mentioned a program called PRP that keeps insurance rates down for older homes that were moved from low-moderate risk to high risk after 10/2008 (as they are grandfathered) until new national flood maps come out. It buys homeowners time to save not only on insurance premiums but to possibly elevate by not getting raped by insurance companies. Here is link please share with everyone on blog
    http://www.floodsmart.gov/floodsmart/pages/flooding_flood_risks/prp_extension_for_property_owners.jsp

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