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The Warren County Mosquito Control Commission is planning a treatment for adult mosquito control in your townships.  Please share this information with your residents.    Please let your residents know that they can call us or visit our website for more information or with questions/concerns. 


 The following application will be made with a truck-mounted ultra- low volume sprayer.  The truck is well marked as a mosquito commission vehicle.  The application will be made as close to sunset as possible in order to increase its contact with actively flying mosquitoes. Spraying for adult mosquitoes is done on a limited and very localized basis to protect the public health from mosquito-borne illnesses. 


Date of application:

Tuesday September 21, 2021

Alternate Date September 22, 2021


Time of Application:

6:45 pm – 11:00 pm

Brand Name and Active Ingredient of Pesticide:

Zenivex E4 (EPA Reg # 2724-807) Active Ingredient Etofenprox

OR Fyfanon ULV (EPA Reg #279-3539) Active Ingredient malathion

Location of Application:

HOPE:  Great Meadows Rd (CR 611), New St., Washington St., Hickory St., Hope Johnsonburg Rd., (CR519), Delaware Rd (CR 609), Camp Hope Lane, Hope Blairstown Rd (CR 521), Union Brick Rd

BLAIRSTOWN:  Union Brick Rd., Heller Hill Rd., Hope Rd., (CR 521), Mingle Rd., Sunset Hill Rd., Stillwater Rd., East Ave., High St., Adams Rd., Bear Cave Rd., Jacksonburg Rd., Artist View Lane

WHITE:  Brass Castle Rd., Buckhorn Dr., Colby Ct., Mill Rd., Buttzville Rd., Creek Rd., Mill St., Jones Farm Rd., Craig St., Gaston Place, Lommasons Glen Rd.

BELVIDERE:  Liberty St., Franklin St., Fourth St., Frelinghuysen St.,  Independence St., Lopatcong St., Pahaquarry St., Hardwick St., Seventh St., Mansfield St., Knowlton St., Sixth St., Second St., Oxford St., (CR 623), Depue St., Water St. (CR 620), Market St., Prospect St., Howell St., Fifth St., Parker St., Race St.


Name and License Number of Certified Pesticide Applicator:

Andrew Flohn – Applicator License #53233B

Jennifer Gruener – Applicator License #25339B

Stephanie Oliphant – Applicator License #56231B

Anastasia Giordano – Applicator License #58642B

Ryan Hagerty-Applicator License #62416B


*if part or all of this application gets cancelled, due to low temperature, rain, winds, or other unforeseen circumstances another attempt will be made during the listed alternate date

2021-2022 Tax Bills

The Final 2021- Preliminary  2022 Tax Bills have been mailed. 3rd quarter taxes are due August 1st with the normal 10 day grace period. Payments can be made online, mailed or dropped off at the municipal building. Cancelled checks is your receipt, if you require a paper receipt please provide a stamped envelope, receipt will be mailed promptly.

Planet Network

Please go to the Planet Networks site at to answer a few questions to help bring high speed internet access to Blairstown.
Probably the worst problem faced by our residents is the lack of adequate internet service. This impacts businesses, working from home, in home education, or recreation. As you are probably aware Service Electric Cable TV – NJ was purchased by Altice several months ago. Hopefully, those of you who are served by Altice will see improved internet services in the near future.
But, many areas of our township are served only by CenturyLink. CenturyLink constructed a $30 million upgrade to their system in northern Warren County over the past several years. I personally have experienced an improvement, if you can call it, from a 1.5 meg to 6 meg download speed. Wow!
Over the next several years, Planet Networks from Newton will be wiring many roads in the area for high speed (currently up to 1 gigabit fiber connections) internet service. Rates are: 175 meg up/down m$59.95, 300meg up/down m$74.95, 500 meg up/down m$89.95, & 1gb up/down m$109.95.
They are gauging interest in their service and are asking residents to complete a short survey at If much faster internet speeds sound intriguing, complete this survey.
Get your neighbors to complete the survey. If many homes in the same areas respond favorably, your area might be the first wired. Help bring high speed internet service to Blairstown!
But in the meantime, Planet Networks is offering very reasonable prices to connect your home to an existing Altice cable TV line bordering your property.
Many residents have complained to me that because of their home’s distance from the roadway, Service Electric CTV gave an exorbitant price estimate to connect. I’m not sure if Altice’s connection cost will be less than SECTV, but Planet Networks might be a cheaper alternative.
You can ask for a connection quote from Robert Boyle at Planet Networks at I have heard that homeowners in our area who have used Planet Networks to connect with Service Electric were at a fraction of the cost estimated by SECTV.