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MIDDLETOWN, NJ - This is a nightly update from Mayor Tony Fiore

We continue to respond to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Hot meals for lunch and dinner are being prepared and sent to the Port Monmouth Fire Company on Main and Wilson in Port Monmouth and the Belford Engine Fire Company on Main Street Belford. Hot meals for lunch and dinner are also available at the corner of Burlington and Benton in Leonardo.

You can walk or drive to any of these locations.

A curfew is still in effect for areas of Middletown North of Rt. 36. People should not be outside on the streets from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. Only Emergency Service personnel and those responsible for critical services within the county should be outside during this time. People coming to and from work or doing other legitimate business need not worry but they may be asked show ID by law enforcement.

Croydon Hall at 900 Leonardville Road is open as an Emergency Relief Center. Residents can get shelter, food and can charge electronic devises.

The Lincroft Elementary School comfort station will be moving tomorrow to the Lincroft Library, 500 Newman Springs Road. The hours will be from 10:00AM until 5:00PM. This is a warming facility and charging station. Internet access is also available.

The Tonya Keller Community Center on Bray Avenue and Port Monmouth Road, is also open from 10:00AM until 5:00PM. This is a warming facility and charging station.

Middletown Disaster Relief Fund

To Donate Money Make checks out to: Middletown Disaster Relief Fund, Town Hall, 1 Kings Highway, Middletown NJ, 07748 Donations are tax-deductible

 Click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTSGY-EGEos&feature=youtu.be to listen to the Mayor Audio update for 11-5-2012

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