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November 2023 issue of the Clinton Township Newsletter

Clinton Township Newsletter, Clinton New Jersey, May 2013 Issue

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2 n o v e m b e r 2 0 2 3 W W W . C L I N T O N T W P N E W S L E T T E R . C O M Family Owned and Operated Over 70 Years U.S. Highway 22 E. Whitehouse NJ 08888 908•534•2125 e-mail: HEATING OIL • GASOLINE • DIESEL FUEL • BURNER SERVICE • POST-HOLE DIGGING Oriental Rug Specialist Since 1934 Sale & Service of Oriental Rugs & Carpets Got questions for our local Clinton Township Police Department? Ask Officer Raff by emailing: or: rvastola@ctpd. org and add the words "Ask Officer Raff" in the subject line. Ask Officer Raff: Dear Officer Raff, We are expecting our first child in a few months and have begun to research car seats… now we are even more confused than when we started! There are so many options and styles, we don't know where to begin… and how long do we need to keep using a car seat? Help! Sincerely, Soon-To-Be-Mom Dear Mom, First, congratulations on the new addition! Choosing a car seat for your little-one can definitely be a daunting task but there are some resources out there which can help you make the best choice for you and your family. I would definitely recommend checking out the Safe Kids Worldwide website ( seat-checked) for some great resources which can help you pick a car seat, as well as a listing of Certified Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Technicians and events in our area. A CPS Tech can check to make sure your car seats are installed correctly and teach you how to use and install a car seat on your own. Several members of the Clinton Township Police are certified CPS techs and will be happy to help any Clinton Township residents with car seat installation; please call the non-emergency number: 908.735.6000 to make an appointment. You can also visit: lps/hts/childseats/index.html to familiarize yourself with the car seat laws in New Jersey and make sure your child's car seat is in compliance with this Motor Vehicle Law. Sincerely, Officer Raff This year, Thanksgiving Eve falls on November 22. This day and all holiday season, we're thankful for YOUR safe driving choices. Drive safely this Thanksgiving holiday, and every day. #BuzzedDriving is drunk driving. Locally Owned and Operated by Phil & Diane Koury 185 Center St., Clinton 908.735.4499 "What separates privilege from entitlement is gratitude." ~ Brené Brown

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