On this Sunday, February 22, there will be a blood drive at St. Mary Church from 8:00 to 2:00. Blood is needed for many different reasons such as accident victims, newborn babies, and other patients with special blood needs. All it takes is an hour of your time, but think of the people that you could help with your donation. Please have photo ID with you and eat before you donate.
Following a major disaster, Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services professionals may not be able to fully meet the demand. People may have to rely on each other to meet the immediate life-saving needs, especially in isolated neighborhoods.
The Middlesex County Office of Emergency Management and Preparedness is offering this basic training in safety and life-saving skills.
The course curriculum will cover the following:
Congratulations to Tom Reilly who was named by the city council to fill the vacancy in the second ward. I'm looking forward to working with him and I know he will do a good job in representing the people of the second ward.
Congratulations to incoming Fire Chief Mike Geraltowswki, First Assistant Chief John Kelly, and Second Assistant Chief Steve Szatkowski who were sworn in on January 1, 2015. I look forward to working with these fine volunteer firemen and to continue to help and improve the South Amboy Fire Department in their efforts to protect the citizens of South Amboy. I would also like to thank outgoing Fire Chief Brett Coyle for all the hard work and many hours of serving the City. Great job by all. And a great thanks to all the volunteer members of the South Amboy Fire Department. May you all ha
Wishing all a very Happy and Healthy New Year.