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EO-2020-9 Signed Retail

2020-06-04T15:13:20-04:00

ORDER PURSUANT TO THE DECLARATION OF DISASTER AND EMERGENCY
BOROUGH OF BEACH HA VEN EO-2020-9

TO ALL RESIDENTS AND PERSONS WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE
BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AND TO ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN

WHEREAS, on March 24, 2020, as a result the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (“COVID-19”) pandemic caused by the SARS-Co V-2 virus and pursuant to the powers vested by Chapter 251 of the Public Laws of 1942, as amended and supplemented, N.J.S.A. App. A:9-30, et
seq, N.J.S.A. 40:48-1 et seq, and all applicable statutory law and regulations, as well as Chapter 154 of the Borough Code, the Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management Coordinator authorized and declared that a local disaster/emergency exists within the Borough of Beach Haven (“Borough”); and

EO-2020-9 Signed Retail2020-06-04T15:13:20-04:00

July 7, 2020 Primary Election Information

2020-06-04T14:26:57-04:00

Ocean County Election Information
– July 7, 2020 Primary

Ocean County Election Officials have released the following important updates for the 2020 Primary Election as further detailed in Executive Orders #105 and #144 by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy:        

  • The new date for the 2020 Primary Election is Tuesday, July 7, 2020 
  • All active registered Democrats and Republicans will automatically receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot with return postage paid.
  • All inactive voters and voters who are NOT affiliated with a political party, will automatically receive an application for a Vote-by-Mail ballot.  Unaffiliated voters will need to declare a party on this form in order to receive the appropriate Democrat or Republican ballot in return.  
  • A reduced number of polling sites will be open on Election Day for those wishing to vote in person by Provisional Ballot and for voters with disabilities who cannot vote a paper ballot.  Information on these polling sites will be released in June and voters will be notified by mail of their respective polling site. 
  • Sample ballots will not be mailed to voters, but information on how to obtain or view a sample ballot will be published www.Oceancountyclerk.com. 

 Additionally, the following important deadlines apply for the July 7 Primary:

  • Residents who wish to register to vote must do so by June 16, 2020.  Registration forms are available through the Ocean County Superintendent of Elections at 129 Hooper Ave. in Toms River, 08754-2006.
  • Applications for a mail-in ballot must be filled out and returned to the County Clerk by June 30 in order to receive your ballot by mail in time for the Primary Election.
  • Mail-in ballots sent by USPS must be postmarked NO LATER THAN JULY 7 and RECEIVED NO LATER THAN JULY 14 by the Board of Elections in order to be processed.
  • Voters using a Drop Box MUST DEPOSIT BALLOTS NO LATER THAN 8 pm on ELECTION DAY in order for these ballots to be processed.

Ocean County’s election offices are preparing for the July 7th Primary and working diligently to ensure voters and election workers are best protected against the spreading or contracting of Covid-19.

Once voted and either mailed, deposited or delivered, all VBM ballots are then reviewed for counting by the Ocean County Board of Elections.  The Board advises voters to follow the instructions provided with their ballot, placing their signature where indicated.  For those voters with disabilities who cannot vote a paper ballot, each polling site throughout the county will be equipped with an ADA-compliant, accessible voting machine per federal law.  Provisional ballots will be available for all other polling site voters.

Ocean County Election Officials encourage voters to contact the offices shown below with any questions.

Ocean County Board of Elections at (732) 929-2167

Ocean County Clerk at (732) 929-2018

July 7, 2020 Primary Election Information2020-06-04T14:26:57-04:00

Executive Order: Business Assistance

2020-05-08T15:33:15-04:00

ORDER PURSUANT TO THE DECLARATION OF DISASTER AND EMERGENCY

BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN EO-2020-6

TO ALL RESIDENTS AND PERSONS WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AND TO ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN

WHEREAS, in or about December of 2019, the emergence of the novel Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19), caused by the SARS-Co V-2 virus (“Coronavirus”), was discovered in Wuhan, Hubei Province, People’s Republic of China, and was recognized to be a severe, potentially fatal, highly infectious respiratory illness that was suspected of human-to-human transmission; and

Executive Order: Business Assistance2020-05-08T15:33:15-04:00

2020-6 Rescind Placards on Beach

2020-05-08T12:01:42-04:00

ORDER PURSUANT TO THE DECLARATION OF DISASTER AND EMERGENCY RESCINDING EMERGENCY ORDER EO 2020-2 (APRIL 7, 2020) WHICH LIMITED BEACH ACCESS

MAY8,2020

TO ALL RESIDENTS AND PERSONS WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AND TO ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN

WHEREAS, Beach Haven Emergency Management entered EO 2020-2 Limited BeachAccess on April 7, 2020; and

 

2020-6 Rescind Placards on Beach2020-05-08T12:01:42-04:00

Executive Order Extending Rental Ban until June 1

2020-05-08T15:28:05-04:00

ORDER PURSUANT TO THE DECLARATION OF DISASTER AND EMERGENCY BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN EO-2020-5

TO ALL RESIDENTS AND PERSONS WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AND TO ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN

WHEREAS, on March 24, 2020, as a result the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (“COVID-19”) pandemic caused by the SARS-Co V-2 virus and pursuant to the powers vested by Chapter 251 of the Public Laws of 1942, as amended and supplemented, N.J.S.A. App. A: 9-30, et seq, N.J.S.A. 40:48-1, et seq., and all applicable statutory law and regulations, as well as Chapter 154 of the Borough Code, the Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management Coordinator authorized and declared that a local disaster/emergency exists within the Borough of Beach Haven (“Borough”);

 

Executive Order Extending Rental Ban until June 12020-05-08T15:28:05-04:00

110 Extending the Grace Period for 2nd Quarter Taxes and Water

2020-05-04T14:50:49-04:00

RESOLUTION #110-2020
AUTHORIZING AN EXTENSION OF THE GRACE PERIOD FOR 2020 SECOND
QUARTER TAXES AND WATER

WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey has been hit by a devastating pandemic and in an effort
to facilitate the payment of the second quarter property taxes and water rents in a timely
fashion, Governor Murphy has signed Executive Order 130 extending the grace period during
which no interest will be charged; and

 

110 Extending the Grace Period for 2nd Quarter Taxes and Water2020-05-04T14:50:49-04:00

Executive Order Site Plan Temporary Seating

2020-04-28T11:00:48-04:00

TO ALL RESIDENTS AND PERSONS WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AND TO ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE BOROUGH OF BEACH HAVEN

WHEREAS, in or about December of 2019, the emergence of the novel Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19), caused by the SARS-Co V-2 virus (“Coronavirus”), was discovered in Wuhan, Hubei Province, People’s Republic of China, and was recognized to be a severe, potentially fatal, highly infectious respiratory illness that was suspected of human-to-human transmission; and

Executive Order Site Plan Temporary Seating2020-04-28T11:00:48-04:00

The Residents, Homeowners and Business Owners of Beach Haven

2020-04-27T15:31:19-04:00

From: The Borough of Beach Haven Council
Subject: Helping the Beach Haven Business Community Respond to COVID-19

The Beach Haven Borough Council and Staff are extremely focused on responding to the COVID-19 outbreak and keeping our community and economy safe. The purpose of this note is to update you on our planning for the 2020 Summer Season.
Although it is difficult to anticipate what Summer 2020 will look like, we hope it will not be much different than summers past. However, under State law, we cannot act until Governor Murphy lifts some of the restrictions he’s imposed on businesses. In anticipation of this, we are in daily contact with County, State and Federal officials, and are drafting resolutions and ordinances to help local business while also protecting public health. Here are details on our process:

The Residents, Homeowners and Business Owners of Beach Haven2020-04-27T15:31:19-04:00

Extension of Rental Ban Until May 15th

2020-04-23T15:13:21-04:00

WHEREAS, on March 24, 2020, as a result the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 ·
(“COVID-19”) pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus and pursuant to the powers vested
by Chapter 251 of the Public Laws of 1942, as amended and supplemented, N.J.S.A. App. A: 9-
30, et seq, N.J.S.A. 40:48-1, et seq .. and all applicable statutory law and regulations, as well as Chapter 154 of the Borough Code, the Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management
Coordinator authorized and declared that a local disaster/emergency exists within the Borough of Beach Haven (“Borough”);

Extension of Rental Ban Until May 15th2020-04-23T15:13:21-04:00