- Upcoming Events
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‘Bulk Pick Up and Spring Clean Up’ ends with Zones 3 & 5. All items must be curbside by 7am on Monday, June 2nd the first scheduled pick up day.
For the safety of all, please do not place your items curbside until the weekend before your scheduled date. As a reminder, electronics such as TVs and computers are not picked up curbside as per state regulations, but may be dropped off at the township recycling yard at no charge and without a permit. Please see the attached letter for your zone’s pick up date and rules and regulations. For questions, please call DPW at 732 536 0188.
Mayor Hornik announces a new on line pothole repair portal
Spring/Summer 2014 Recreation Program Guide
Marlboro Seniors 2014 Best of Times
Marlboro Township 9/11 Memorial Paver Project
Please be advised that the Township Offices are now closed on Fridays. Hours are Mon. Thurs., 8 30am 4 30pm
The Recreation Department will not be affected by the modified hours of operation and will continue to function on a Monday through Friday schedule. Please check your program schedules for dates and times.
BOOK RECYCLING AND BOOK SALE EVENT. Books to donate may be dropped off at the Rec Center from June 2 to June 6. The Book Fair is June 7 and 8. See FLYER for details.
Marlboro Drug Alliance and Marlboro Police Department present a ‘Forum on Heroin Learn the Facts’ with guest speaker Douglas S. Collier.
Tuesday, June 3 at 7 00pm in Marlboro High School. Community members, parents and their children in grades 8 and high school are welcome.
Please see the flyer or call 732 617 0186 for more information.
Mayor s Bike and Stroll June 14, 2014 2 00pm
Marlboro Township and Mayor Hornik are pleased to invite you to a Comedy Night fundraiser to benefit the Youth Exchange Program on June 5 at 7 00pm. Please see the attached flyer for details or email YouthExchange
Mayor Hornik announces the 2nd annual softball tournament to benefit STOMP the Monster to be held on June 7, 2014. See the FLYER and visit
Monmouth County Paper Shredding to be held in Marlboro Municipal Complex on June 7 from 9am to 1pm or until the truck is filled. Free to Monmouth County Residents. See flyer for details and other dates/locations.
HERO Walk at Brookdale Community College Sunday June 8. See FLYER for details. Be a HERO. Be a Designated Driver .
Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 25 31. The hurricane season begins June 1 and extends through November 30. Please see Press Release for information, Social Media, and links to important websites
Monmouth County Sheriff s Office Releases Hazard Mitigation Plan Update
NJ Office of homeland Security (OHSP) has a free ‘SAFE NJ’ App to instantly report suspicious activity in NJ and surrounding states as a part of its “If You See something, Say Something” campaign. Please see the OHSP letter for more information.
NJ Departments of Health and Environmental Protection urge all NJ residents to test their home for radon. More information can be found on the letter from the State Department of Health.
The Marlboro Police Department issued a press release updating the public regarding the identification of individuals responsible for several burglaries throughout the Township. The official press release may be found on the Marlboro Township Police Department website or by clicking here
The Marlboro Township Police Department wants you to be aware that they have received inquiries concerning two types of fraudulent calls.
Click on calendar listing below for more information
The Open Space/AAC meeting scheduled for May 29, 2014 at 7 30 is cancelled.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, THE TUESDAY JUNE 24, 2014 MEETING OF THE MARLBORO TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Dear Marlboro Resident
We are very lucky to have two First Aid Squads that provide free emergency services for our Town. The Marlboro and Morganville First Aid & Rescue Squads are made up entirely of volunteers that are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. While we hope we never need their services, they provide a critical resource when we do. Their flyer with donation instructions is attached. I hope that you will answer their call and make a tax deductible donation to the First Aid & Rescue Squad that serves your home.
Mayor Jon Hornik
‘STOMP the Monster’ 5k Run and Festival will be held June 1 at the Marlboro Recreation Center. For more info and to register, see flyer or visit
MARLBORO TOWNSHIP WATER UTILITY DIVISION HYDRANT FLUSHING Spring Hydrant Flushing will begin May 5, 2014 through May 30, 2014, and will occur Monday through Friday 8 00pm 2 00am. Customers may notice lower water pressure and a slight discoloration of water as flushing is performed in your area. This discoloration is not harmful and will clear up if you let the water run a few extra minutes. Flushing is done twice each year to remove any sediment that may accumulate in low flow areas of our water distribution system. This operation maintains the overall excellent water quality in our distribution system and ensures that each fire hydrant operates properly. For questions, please call Customer Service Monday to Thursday from 9am to 4 30pm at (732) 536 0200 Ext.
The Fresh Air Fund has opportunities for you to open your home and make a difference in a child’s life for one week this summer. Marlboro week is planned for 7/11 to 7/18 but there is some flexibility. Please call 732 308 9355, visit or see FLYER for more information
April is National Dig Safe Month. NJ Natural Gas reminds us that excavator damage to underground utilities continues to be the leading cause of pipeline failures and jeopardizes community and resident safety. Residents are required to call 811 between 3 and 10 days prior excavating to have underground facilities marked out. This service is free and required by law. For additional information and damage prevention guidelines, please visit
The Marlboro Township Council is seeking interested citizens to volunteer and serve on the Zoning Board to fill one vacancy as Alternate #2, term expiring Dec. 31, 2015. To be considered, please complete the Citizen Leadership form on page 2 of the attached and submit with a resume to the Township Clerk no later than May 1, 2014. For questions, please call the Clerk at 732 536 0200 ext. 1805.
The Marlboro Police Department is recruiting volunteers to serve on the Township Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT). Training is provided and civilians work with Marlboro Law Enforcement. For additional information, please see the flyer or call (732) 536 0100 x1685.
Attention Teens, 13 to 17 years old, who are interested in a career in Law Enforcement. Click here to find out more on becoming a Marlboro Township Police Explorer
Effective immediately the speed limit on Route 79 between Wyncrest and Ridge Roads is reduced to 45mph in both directions. The council adopted this resolution in response to resident safety concerns. Signs are now posted.
Inclement Weather Policy
Robertsville Volunteer Fire Co. is in need of Firefighters. Join Today!
Junior Firefighters (ages 16 18) are also wanted. For information, please visit their website
HMFA Foreclosure Relief Program
About Foreclosure First Steps
Foreclosure Fast Facts English Spanish
Public Bid, RFP, RFQ Notices
2013 free marlboro coupons: online printable marlboro cigarrette coupon codes
Over the last two decades, the government has been placing numerous restrictions on tobacco companies and the sale of the substance. From these restrictions, consumers have seen an increase in tobacco prices skyrocketing over the last ten years with no end in sight to these price increases. Many of the price increases have not been from tobacco companies themselves, but from government increases in taxes on the substance, which has caused prices to quadruple in some states. However, tobacco companies are fighting back by issuing a number of discount coupons to their loyal customers in an attempt to offset the governmental tax hikes. Phillip Morris, one of the oldest tobacco companies in the United States, has been issuing coupons to their customers by mail for over ten years and have many special offers for the consumer to participate in.
Brief History of Phillip Morris
Marlboro cigarettes made their debut in the United States in 1902 when the London based cigarette manufacturer moved its base of operations to the US. The Marlboro brand would be mass marketed in every major city within the US and become the leading cigarette smoked by females by 1924. The company gained acclaim all throughout the early 1900′ s until the public lost interest just before WWII. During WWII, Camel and Chesterfield cigarettes became the smoke of choice for Americans due to the fact that they were given to soldiers during the war. When the soldiers returned, these brands took off. However, shortly after the war, smoking was then linked to lung cancer, which would make some people reticent to continue smoking. Aware of this, Marlboro then manufactured the first filtered cigarette, claiming that this new cigarette was far healthier than other brands that remained filter less. This would establish Marlboro back to the top of the ranks as the leading brand of cigarettes smoked in the United States. After their re establishment as a top cigarette provider, Marlboro would embark on one of the largest and widely distributed marketing campaigns that has ever been used for a particular product. It would start off in the United States, and by the end of the twentieth century, billboards for Marlboro cigarettes could be seen in some of the most remote places in the world.
With the onset of the rugged cowboy mantra during the 1950′ s and 1960′ s, Marlboro would begin to capitalize on this national trend by depicting Marlboro smokers as cowboys that were “manly men.” This persona developed by the marketers of Phillip Morris would go on to become one of the most widely used marketing schemes in US history, which is still seen in the few places that allow cigarette companies advertising spots. The cowboys depicted on billboards, televisions, magazine ads, and other places where advertisements were allowed were known as the Marlboro Men, which would even inspire a movie title in the 1990′ s. However, with continuous research throughout the 1960′ s, 70′ s, and 80′ s, it was found that many cigarette companies had been less than truthful with its research on health issues and smoking, and further restrictions would be placed on these companies. Eventually, cigarette advertising would be stripped of almost every possible placement, where as of the present one will virtually never see any advertisements from cigarette and tobacco companies at all. Some of the earlier sponsorships that Marlboro would attain were
Formula One Racing
These are just a few of the sports that Marlboro would become affiliated with, and virtually every sport had some form of advertising that Phillip Morris would have some participation in. Although one cannot see any of these famous advertising schemes in the United States, there are many countries where Marlboro can still run these historical marketing campaigns.
Another very popular and successful marketing campaign would emerge when Marlboro began placing small bar codes on the side or their cigarette packs. These small tabs could be torn off and saved for future redemption for prizes. Collecting Marlboro Miles would become a popular trend during the 1990 s. The prizes started off fairly simple in the form of ash trays, back packs, t shirts, and a few larger items such as foosball and pool tables. However, with different restrictions being placed on rewarding people for smoking, the more elaborate prizes such as trips and cruises were awarded through a different redemption system. This system too, would be restricted to the point where Marlboro Miles would become a thing of the past, leaving those who saved their Miles to have useless bags of tabs.
Cigarette Restrictions and Big Tobacco
During the 1990 s, there were many states in the US that would ban together and bring suit against most of the tobacco companies in the United States. The suit was based upon research findings that showed most large tobacco companies knew that the substance caused health risks, including cancer, and deliberately hid these facts from consumers. Due to these findings, tobacco companies would suffer one of the most damaging lawsuits in US history. Not only would the companies pay hundreds of millions of dollars in fines, but also be forced to restrict all advertising and eventually change the names of their products. The name changes would make sure that no cigarette pack could be named lights or any other name that would insinuate a more healthy form of smoking.
Persistence and Present Day
After suffering at the hands of the government, Phillip Morris and the Marlboro brand would recover and begin creating a successful campaign for the future. With the advent of the Internet, Marlboro would take its add campaigns online and form their own website. From this website, loyal smokers can access the page where they can apply for discount coupons sent through the mail for Marlboro brand cigarettes. These coupons may consist of $1 Off, to Buy One Get One Free coupons as well. On their website, one will also find information on the many new products that the company will be premiering over the next few months. The website is great for people who need to take off the bite of the taxes imposed on cigarettes. Although the companies have had to undergo many changes over the last decade, most are still functioning and coming out with new products for their customers. Marlboro continues to offer its loyal customers many new products as well as both mailer and online discounts for its products.
There are many other websites that smokers can find that will offer a number of coupons for Marlboro cigarettes that can be printed off or sent through mail. Smokers must be at least 18 years of age to participate in these promotions and usually submitting an email address or physical address is required. However, most of these websites will have the coupons in the mail shortly after sign up.
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