Councilman Dan Barr, Councilman Rich Krasnomowitz, Councilman John Burd, Mayor Marino, Councilman Chris Kelly, Councilman Ron Garrett, Councilman Mark Sena
Mayor Paul Marino was presented with an award Monday June 7, 2010, by his fellow council members, for recognition of his 10 years of service as the Mayor of Hamburg. Mayor Marino was surprised and stated "This means a lot to me because my colleagues gave it to me. We're here to serve the town and we work pretty hard at it."
"Congratulations and job well done" - borough hall employees
►►BOROUGH OF HAMBURG: Please take notice that the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Hamburg will hold a Special Meeting for the purpose of hearing a police grievance matter in Executive Session at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, March 3, 2014 at the Hamburg Municipal Building located at 16 Wallkill Avenue, Hamburg, New Jersey. Formal action may be taken.
►►The Borough of Hamburg has funding available to rehabilitate single family owner-occupied homes of low and moderate-income families.
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Hamburg Residents please be advised that due to the state wide salt shortage Hamburg is without salt. The roads will be maintained as best they can by plowing and applying grits. We are in the process of trying to locate salt as soon as possible and thank you for your patience.
The Borough of Hamburg has changed phone systems, when calling the borough please listen carefully as the options/extensions have changed.
►►Taxpayers please be aware, it has come to the attention of the Sussex County Board of Taxation that there is false solicitation being distributed throughout Sussex County in the form of a pink postcard, This pink postcard resembles the mandatory assessment notice sent to all taxpayers as required by law. The information on this pink postcard may not necessarily reflect the correct assessed value or other information concerning your property. This pink postcard is NOT APPROVED by the State of New Jersey or the Sussex County Board of taxation.
►►Ordinance 215-15 Building Identification. All principal buildings in all district shall be clearly identified as to building number, house number, street number, or name by means of a small, unobstructed sign clearly visible and readable from the main abutting street. Such sign shall be attached wither to the outermost door or some portion of the outermost structure or affixed to a lamp post. Any sign or legend other than a building number, house number, or street number shall comply with all requirements for signs, as herein set forth.