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A closed sign is placed in front of the Margaret E. Heggan library. The library, along with many other facilities, is closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As social distancing procedures are being implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are struggling due to lack of patronage. Washington Township Mayor Joann Gattinelli offers insight into how local businesses can remain open through other means of service while staying in compliance with health and safety mandates. She advises how residents can remain safe and still partake of all the products, goods and services Washington Township has to offer. Gattinelli explained residents can continue to shop or eat at establishments in the local community. “Keeping social distancing in mind, depending on the business we can continue utilizing their services, whether by phone, using their delivery service, curbside pick up or online order-

ing,” she said. “That goes for restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies and a lot of our local businesses.” Aside from take-out and ordering online, gift cards are another option for local residents to consider when shopping. Gattinelli said gift cards can support local businesses and be a gesture of goodwill. “It supports the business now when they need it and can be utilized at any time. We can also purchase gift cards to support some of our neighbors in need as well. Pay it forward, we all need to support each other right now,” Gattinelli said. The mayor views takeout meals as another good way to support local restaurants. With social distancing in practice, she believes this holds a twofold benefit as businesses are offered an alternate way of thriving and residents can safely purchase please see GATTINELLI, page 5

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Prepared and ready Washington Township EMS captain says department trained for COVID-19 pandemic response By MONIQUE HOWARD The Sun Capt. Frank Battaglia of Washington Township EMS may have a unique perspective on the challenges of battling a worldwide pandemic. To be prepared, the township EMS staff has held meetings and reviewed different disinfecting techniques. “We have been trained prior in situations similar to this but not quite as extensive,” Battaglia explained. “But we do have the necessary equipment to handle it for now.” The EMS veteran said the crisis has affected how emergency calls are handled and how his staff should respond to a resident in need. “Our dispatch is supposed to be asking the question if there are any flu-like symptoms or illnesses,” Battaglia said of the call process. “Now, if anyone calls, they’re asking if the person is sick and asking about the symptoms and then relaying that information to us over the radio prior to us responding.” The township EMS has three daytime ambulances and two

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health and encourage our residents to self-distance,” Freeholder Deputy Director Frank J. DiMarco said. “Once we feel confident that our residents are safe and healthy, we will open our doors with discounted adoption fees and get some of our furry friends to their forever home.” The GCAS can be reached at (856) 881-2828 or by visiting our website at www.gloucestercountynj.gov


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Gattinelli: Local businesses need residents’ support continued from page 1

online and contacting the municipal building. “I would suggest continuing to follow on social media and always reach out to our office with any questions or concerns.” For more information and updates, visit www.twp.washington.nj.us/. For community organizations or nonprofits seeking resources and information regarding the Community Response and Recovery Fund, please contact Michael Gower, Executive Director, United Way of Gloucester County at (856) 845-4303 ext. 14 or by email at mgower@uwgcnj.org. Visit uwgcnj.org for more information.

and enjoy their meals at home. “I think this is a great way to support our restaurants and eatteries. It also supports social distancing at this time.” The mayor promises continu-ous support to help aid local )businesses during this time of hardship. “Washington Township, Gloucester County and the state are working together to help support the small, local business community. We are checking into programs to get them through this difficult time.” She advises local residents to stay abreast of updates and resources by staying connected

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under its normal business hours. The senior center is closed until further notice. The medical and senior shopping buses will run on schedule for doctor appointments and necessary shopping (there will be no drop-offs at the senior center until further notice). All recreation sports activities and practices have been postponed until further notice. The community activity center is closed to all activities until further notice. All large group functions are being postponed until further notice. The Washington Township Library will be closed until further notice. Mother’s Cupboard will continue to operate and assist families. The March 25 township council meeting has been canceled, along with the planning and zoning board meetings for the remainder of March. We will be please see MAYOR, page 7

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Mayor: Limit contact continued from page 6 reviewing all future scheduled public meetings, including meetings of township council to determine whether they are necessary for the continuation of government operations. Township officials, along with the emergency management coordinator, have been meeting regularly to address and respond to the latest guidance for the community. The township maintains an emergency operation plan to ensure our ability to continue essential services to our residents, as well as support state and local health efforts. Washington Township Chief of Police Patrick Gurcsik would like to inform our residents that the 24/7 continuity of police services will not change during this fluid situation surrounding the coronavirus. We have established plans and have taken measures in advance to ensure that crucial law enforcement services are not unreasonably disrupted and that employees are provided with the means to prevent or mitigate the spread of infection. The safety and well-being of our police personnel is paramount and necessary to continue to provide emergency services 24/7 for Washington Township. Our agency in conjunction with the mayor’s office and our office of emergency management has worked to procure personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleaning/disinfecting supplies to assist with mitigating the spread of the coronavirus. We remain committed to our mission to protect, serve and enhance the quality of life of all citizens. If you need us - we will be there like we always have. We continue to coordinate with our fire department and EMS partners daily to ensure we have the most updated and appropriate protocols. These actions are being taken out of an abundance of caution and based upon information provided by national, state, and county health-related entities. On March 9 the Honorable Philip D. Murphy, governor of the State of New Jersey, issued

an executive order No. 103 declaring a state of emergency empowering municipalities to take action consistent therewith, including action by local officials to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the residents of Washington Township from any actual or potential threat or danger that may exist from the possible exposure to COVID-19. Washington Township is committed to protecting our residents, staff and the entire community throughout this public health concern while maintaining all emergency and public services. Methods to conduct modified public meetings are being explored to ensure that all township business is handled in a timely fashion. Township representatives will continue to remain in contact with health care professionals to determine all actions moving forward and will update the community accordingly. You can pick up a copy of our emergency preparedness guide at the municipal building and for more information about emergency management on our website. We ask for your cooperation as we do our best to continue non-essential operations in a more limited capacity. Residents can find answers to frequently asked questions on the state’s website (www.NJ.gov) or call the 24/7 hotline at (800) 222-1222 or (800) 962-1253 if using out-of-state phone line This situation continues to evolve, so please monitor our website at www.twp.washington.nj.us/ COVID-19 and social media sites for additional information. As we work to lessen the impact of this global pandemic, the health and safety of all our neighbors and families are paramount. Mayor Gattinelli can be reached at mayorgattinelli@twp.washington. nj.us

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