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The Township is taking a different approach for its 2015 Recycling and Solid Waste Calendar.  We are looking for scenic pictures of Lacey Township that capture our essence which will be spotlighted on the Calendar Cover and throughout the calendar pages.  If you would like to participate, please send us your best nature-loving photos with caption stipulating the location and date the photo was taken and your name for a photo credit by October 15, 2014.  Photos can be e-mailed (<> ), high resolution PDF preferable, jpeg size 300 dpi, or submitted as a standard photo that can be scanned, hand delivered or mailed to the Public Works Department, 820 Municipal Lane, Forked River, NJ  08731.   We also welcome submissions by Volunteers who participated in any clean-up event, such as the Forked River Mountain Clean-up or Barnegat Bay Blitz or from community-minded individuals who simply maintain specific spots in town.   We cannot guarantee all photos submitted will be used; selection will be based on how your photo relates to our theme.


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Mayor Gary Quinn and Township Committeeman Peter Curatolo present proclamations to Zoey Smith and her fundraising team "Lacey Kids for a Cure."  Lacey Kids for a Cure raised nearly $10,000 for Alex's Lemonade Stand, a nationwide fundraising effort to help children affected with childhood cancer.  


Mayor Gary Quinn presents Eagle Scout Kipp Hopper (left) with a proclamation for achieving the rank of  Eagle Scout.  Kipp's project consisted of providing seating for residents utilizing our Forked River State Marina.

Mayor Gary Quinn presents Eagle Scout James Bond (right) with a proclamation for his achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.  James' project consisted of beautifying the landscaping at our Lacey Food Bank.  




Mayor Gary Quinn presents Officer Joe Soto with a proclamation on his retirement from the
Lacey Township Police Department.  Officer Soto served Lacey Township for 15 years
serving as School Resource Officer for the Lacey Schools and dedicated countless hours
organizing the COPS Collectible Card Program.

Mayor Gary Quinn presents Special Officer Kenny Martin with a proclamation on his 
retirement from the Lacey Township Police Department.  Special Officer Martin served
Lacey Township for 20 years, specializing in traffic control as well as monitoring our
parks and schools.  

Lacey Township would like to extend our best wishes to both Officer Joe Soto and
Special Officer Kenny Martin and thank them for their dedication.  
Good luck and Happy Retirement!


Mayor Gary Quinn presents the Lacey Township High School Track Team with 
the Municipal Alliance Mayor's Trophy.  The track team had the best time at the 
Municipal Alliance 5K held on August 23rd in Gille Park.  Congratulations Lacey Track!


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