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Milltown mayor provides COVID-19 updates, local churches request food, toiletry donations

MILLTOWN – Food pantries at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ and United Methodist Church are requesting food and toiletry donations.

Milltown Mayor Trina Mehr mentioned the request during her COVID-19 update to residents on April 9. She said donations can either be dropped off outside of the churches – St. Paul’s United Church Christ, 62 S Main Street, and United Methodist Church at 47 N Main Street, or monetary donations can be made through the church websites.

“The pastors [of both churches] are assisting many families and anticipating even more,” she said, adding plastic bags are needed as well.

Mehr updated residents on COVID-19 cases and borough news. Milltown has a total of 23 positive cases of COVID-19, according to Middlesex County on April 13.

The borough is enforcing fines of littered personal protective gear, which can bring fines up to $2,000.

The mayor said borough services are continuing through the pandemic with modifications in schedules to keep employees safe. Mehr said the borough purchased a sanitizing air spray for borough vehicles and other surfaces to further protect borough employees.

Mehr said county and state websites offer resources for local businesses in need of help.

For more information visit milltownnj.org. The websites for food donations include umcmilltown.org and stpaulsmilltownnj.org.

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