Marlboro Driving Ban to be Lifted Wednesday Morning

Charging stations are open until 7 p.m. every day until further notice.

Mayor Jon Hornik is lifting the driving ban in Marlboro Township on Wednesday, but that doesn't mean all roads are open.

On Tuesday night, Hornik told Patch that roads are still being cleared and power lines are being taken care of, but the driving ban will be lifted for residents who really need to be on the road.

Hornik will send an email notification to residents when the ban is lifted.

Charging stations are still open for electronic device charging. The Town Hall station has been moved to the Marlboro Recreation Center. Services will be open until 7 p.m., in light of the Monmouth County curfew.

  • Robertsville Fire Station on Rt. 520
  • Morganville Independent Fire Station Rt. 79
  • Marlboro Recreation Center

Residents without water an find non-potable water, which can be used for flushing toilets, at the Vanderburg Road Soccer Complex.

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Mom3SP October 31, 2012 at 02:51 PM
Anyone find gas?
Kaitlyn Anness October 31, 2012 at 03:03 PM
I just went on a journey for gas, but didn't have enough gas to even wait in the lines. Open stations include Route 9 in Sayreville-- Hess on 9 South and the Delta on 9 North. Marlboro police said Exit 98 rest stop on the Parkway also has gas. But, be prepared to wait in any line for an hour at minimum


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