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Save Millburn-Short Hills dispatch services

96 Signatures Goal: 15,000

This petition is created in support for the dispatch services of Millburn/Short Hills to remain in town.

 

Consolidation of services between Millburn/Short Hills and Livingston dispatch is scheduled to take place on January 1, 2013, as told to the Millburn Dispatchers by the township management. The services that Millburn dispatch provide to the residents will then be handled by Livingston dispatch. These services include but are not limited to; incoming calls: emergency, non -emergency and general inquiries (i.e. directions, events in town, road closures). The handling of dispatching medical emergency services (MSHFAS), DPW (when needed to clear trees down in the roadways, barricades to block off roads for safety reasons or garbage that may have been missed by daily pick up services) and Millburn's Animal Control officers.

 

By signing this petition you are showing your support to keep your dispatch services in your town!

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    Jim Berger United States
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    Jim Berger United States
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    E. Betty Levin United States
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    Donna Vittoria Aurnhammer United States
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    Ralph Bace United States
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    ilene Young United States
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    Elizabeth Kennedy United States
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    William Laverty United States
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    Haley Volk United States
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    June Volk United States
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    Sherri De Rose United States
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    Eddie Pfeifer United States
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    Vincent Salerno United States
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    Peter Rosenstein United States
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    Megan Rosenstein United States
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