CMA BUDGET WORK SESSION

THE CAMP MEETING ASSOICAITON

BUDGET WORK SESSION

WILL BE HELD ON

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 2014 AT 7:30PM IN THE BETHEL

LEASEHOLDERS MAY ATTEND AND OBSERVE THIS WORK SESSION

Pothole reporting information

Phone numbers to report potholes courtesy of our Mayor James R. Barberio. Have a pothole to report? Here are the correct numbers to call:

For our local Parsippany Township maintained roads and streets please call 973-263-7093

Morris County roads please call 973-285-6763  or click here –>Pothole report form

State highways call 1-800-POTHOLE1-800-POTHOLE.

Do a little research to see if the road commission in your area pays for pothole damage to vehicles. First determine if the road is a Township of Parsippany, Morris County, or state road. Depending on the area you live in, it is possible to get reimbursement. Of course it can be a lengthy process, so be prepared to pay the cost upfront.

Tips for city, county, or state pothole damage reimbursement:

  • Take a photo of the pothole
  • Note the date and time of accident
  • Get a two estimates

In New Jersey,  if on  a state highway, to file a pothole damage claim, please contact the Department of Treasury’s Office of Risk Management at (609) 292-4347 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Phone numbers to report potholes courtesy of our Mayor James R. Barberio. Have a pothole to report? Here are the correct numbers to call:

For our local Parsippany Township maintained roads and streets please call (973) 263-7093.

Morris County roads please call 973-285-6763.

State highways call 1-800-POTHOLE.

Do a little research to see if the road commission in your area pays for pothole damage to vehicles. First determine if the road is a Township of Parsippany, Morris County, or state road. Depending on the area you live in, it is possible to get reimbursement. Of course it can be a lengthy process, so be prepared to pay the cost upfront.

Tips for city, county, or state pothole damage reimbursement:

  • Take a photo of the pothole
  • Note the date and time of accident
  • Get a two estimates

In New Jersey,  if on  a state highway, to file a pothole damage claim, please contact the Department of Treasury’s Office of Risk Management at (609) 292-4347 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

- See more at: http://www.parsippanyfocus.com/potholes-everywhere/#sthash.bWqMJdOT.dpuf

Phone numbers to report potholes courtesy of our Mayor James R. Barberio. Have a pothole to report? Here are the correct numbers to call:

For our local Parsippany Township maintained roads and streets please call (973) 263-7093.

Morris County roads please call 973-285-6763.

State highways call 1-800-POTHOLE.

Do a little research to see if the road commission in your area pays for pothole damage to vehicles. First determine if the road is a Township of Parsippany, Morris County, or state road. Depending on the area you live in, it is possible to get reimbursement. Of course it can be a lengthy process, so be prepared to pay the cost upfront.

Tips for city, county, or state pothole damage reimbursement:

  • Take a photo of the pothole
  • Note the date and time of accident
  • Get a two estimates

In New Jersey,  if on  a state highway, to file a pothole damage claim, please contact the Department of Treasury’s Office of Risk Management at (609) 292-4347 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

- See more at: http://www.parsippanyfocus.com/potholes-everywhere/#sthash.bWqMJdOT.dpuf