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Established 1974

2021 Dues Notice

Annual Dues for 2021 are due.
Please send dues to NJSAFD PO Box 8060, Piscataway, NJ 08855

2021 Annual Dues------------------$300.00

Attention: If you have a voucher that needs to be signed you can fax it to:
Please include a fax number where it can be faxed back to.
If you wish to send it via E Mail send it to:


Next Meeting:

Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 9:30 am

**Zoom Meeting Link**
Passcode: 3W7uAa

March 6th, 2021 we will hold nominations for all positions. It’s important that we get these positions filled because last year we had not held an election due to Covid 19.

Currently we are looking to fill the executive board which holds the President, Vice President, Secretary & Treasurer positions Dr. Harry Carter, Craig Aumack, Artie Hayducka & Robert Burns.

Also, we have Trustees Positions that have expired. They included 2 North positions Nick Lombardi & Robert Donahue; as well as 3 South positions Joseph Zalescik, Clifford Ruth, & Randolph Jager.

If anyone wishes to be nominated, please e-mail me, or print your name and title you wish to hold and send it back with your Fire District Dues.

Governor Murphy issues Executive Orders & other announcements impacting Fire District Elections


Murphy says April, May elections will have in-person voting

Governor says he’s ‘optimistic’ that June primary will also return to normal

By David WildsteinFebruary 08 2021 1:21 pm

April 20 school board and fire commissioner elections and May 11 non-partisan elections will be held in-person, Gov. Phil Murphy announced today.

The move signals a return to in-person voting for the June 8 primary election, although Murphy specifically said no decision have been made.

“While we are not making a decision on the June primary elections at this point, we are optimistic that we will be able to conduct in-person voting in June as well,” said Murphy.

Murphy said the decision is a result of Covid numbers “headed in the right direction.”

“We are optimistic that these trends will continue, especially as more residents get vaccinated and the weather becomes warmer,” he said.

Last year, Murphy mandated may local elections held entirely through vote-by-mail and primary and general elections where all eligible voters received VBM ballots – and limited in-person voting – as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

“As always, voters will have the ability to request a vote-by-mail ballot for any reason,” Murphy said.  “We will ensure that all in-person polling places adhere to proper health and safety protocols, including face coverings and social distancing and frequent sanitation.”

In a general election conducted almost entirely through mail-in ballots, 4,635,580 votes were cast.  With 76.6% of all eligible voters casting ballots, it was the largest turnout in New Jersey history.

Vote-by-mail have worked better for Republicans.

While suburban voters in heavily Republican counties embraced mail-in ballots, but not as much by urban voters from communities of color in Democratic strongholds. Turnout numbers showed that.

New Jersey now has three data sets for vote-by-mail elections. A consolidated non-partisan election for local offices in 33 municipalities sparked a clear increase in voter participation in races that traditionally attract few voters. Democrats and Republicans cast 1,466,366 votes in a primary election that witnessed the second-highest turnout in state history.


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