Marlboro Mayor Jonathan Hornik blasted JCP&L’s recovery response to Tropical Storm Isaias and the utility’s horrendous communications with the public and local government officials in testimony delivered to the NJ Senate Law and Public Safety Committee on Monday.Read the rest of this entry » Posted: October 23rd, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Jon Hornik, Marlboro, Monmouth County News | Tags: Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News, Tropical Storm Isiasis | 1 Comment »
Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik is one of three New Jersey mayors slated to testify at a joint hearing of the Assembly Homeland Security and Telecommunications/Utilities Committees today at 10 a.m. in Trenton.Read the rest of this entry » Posted: August 19th, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: JCP&L, Jon Hornik, New Jersey | Tags: JCPL, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News, Tropical Storm Isiasis | Comments Off on Hornik to testify on JCPL’s storm failures at Assembly hearing
Hornik calls for JCPL to provide a generator for every customer, incur fines of $500K per day during power outages or lose their franchise
Marlboro Mayor Jonathan Hornik sent a scathing four page letter to Board of Public Utilities (BPU) President Joseph Fiordalsio today wherein he blasted JCP&L’s response to Tropical Storm Isiasis and demanded that the State hold the public utility accountable.Read the rest of this entry » Posted: August 10th, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County | Tags: Board of Public Utilities, BPU, JCPL, Joseph Fiordalsio, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, New Jersey, Tropical Storm Isiasis | 4 Comments »
Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik is restricting the hours of operation and the seating capacity at restaurants in the Township due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hornik signed Executive Order 2020-2 today which orders that bars and restaurants close at 10 p.m. and seat only 50% of their occupancy capacity.
“In light of the Local State of Emergency and the State of Emergency issued by Governor Murphy, it is a matter of public health and safety that these restrictions be put into effect,” Mayor Hornik said. “The public and local businesses should be prepared for further restrictions and possible restaurant closures in the next coming days or weeks and furthermore, state health department may take additional action to prevent the spread of the virus in our community.”Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County News, New Jersey | Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Marlboro, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News, New Jersey, news | Comments Off on Hornik Announces Restrictions On Restaurants in Marlboro
Monmouth County Freeholder Director Tom Arnone said that there are now four cases of COVID-19 in the County and that County officials are monitoring the situation and taking action to ensure the public health and safety residents.
Two of the presumptive positive cases are senior citizen females from Hazlet, 66 and 83, who are clients of the Golden Age Adult Medical Day Care Center in Marlboro.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County News, New Jersey, News | Tags: Biogen, coronavirus, COVID-19, Freeholder Director Tom Arnone, Freeholder Sue Kiley, Golden Age Adult Medical Day Care Center, Hazlet, Little Silver, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik | Comments Off on Four COVID-19 cases in Monmouth County, Officials responding and mitigating
By Jonathan Hornik, Mayor of Marlboro
When I was first elected Mayor, I detailed my ‘Plan for Progress…100 Days and Beyond’. As a lifelong resident of Marlboro and business person, I stressed the need for investment in public safety and infrastructure including roads and open space preservation while getting our fiscal house in order. Especially in light of the great recession and the severe storms which we weathered as a community, I am pleased that we have been able to accomplish as much as we have, and my focus for the next four years will be on these same critical areas.admin | Filed under: Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News, New Jersey | Tags: 2019 elections, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Marlboro Township, Monmouth County News, OpEd | Comments Off on Promise and Accomplishment: Hornik looks back on three terms and plans his fourth
Marlboro Township’s AAA bond rating was reaffirmed by S&P Global Affairs and the Township received a “clean audit for the seventh year running,” Mayor Jonathan Hornik announced yesterday.
“I am pleased to once again announce that we have a clean audit for the seventh year running. While it has become almost routine for independent auditors to issue an unqualified opinion with respect to the Township’s financial statements, it still bears mentioning,” Hornik said.admin | Filed under: Jon Hornik, Marlboro, Monmouth County News | Tags: Marlboro, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News | Comments Off on Marlboro Township Announces Strong Financial Results
The Marlboro Farmers Market will hold its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting on Saturday, June 30, 11 a.m., Mayor Jon Hornik announced.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County News, New Jersey | Tags: Marlboro Farmers Market, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News | Comments Off on Marlboro Farmers Market Grand Opening June 30
Marlboro Township has been awarded a $95,842 Clean Communities Grant from the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Mayor Jon Hornik announced this afternoon.
“We constantly strive to identify alternate sources of funding for critical needs, and parks and public spaces are essential to the quality of life in our Town,” said Mayor Hornik. “The Clean Communities grant allows us to dedicate additional resources to the maintenance of these areas.”admin | Filed under: Marlboro, Monmouth County News, New Jersey, News | Tags: Clean Communities Grant, Marlboro, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News | Comments Off on Marlboro Gets $96K Clean Communities Grant
Marlboro Township Township’s governing body introduced their 2019 Municipal Budget with a plan to reduce property taxes, Mayor Jonathan Hornik announced. Scheduled for passaged at the April 11 Council meeting, the budget as proposed will lower the municipal portion Marlboro property taxpayers annual bill. For average household valued at an estimated $494,605, the cost for all municipal services such as police, parks, public works, and road improvements will be $1,867.
“The challenge of managing the extreme weather conditions of the last several years continues to drive the Township’s cost of operations. Our budgets have had to absorb the increased costs of snow removal, in particular, which has increased more than 300% since 2007,” said Mayor Jonathan Hornik. “We also continue to grapple with State mandates including an 11% increase in our New Jersey Pension System contribution. Despite these pressures, we continue to deliver and expand the services our residents expect while remaining $1.95 million below the State levy cap and $1.24 million below the State spending cap.” Read the rest of this entry »Posted: March 21st, 2019 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Jon Hornik, Monmouth County News, New Jersey, News | Tags: Jonathan Hornik, Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik, Marlboro Township, Monmouth County News, Property Taxes | Comments Off on Marlboro’s Proposed Budget Reduces Property Taxes