New Year’s resolutions can be tricky. Whether it’s pledging to lose weight, make more money or find love, to name a few, most people focus on ways they can make their own lives better. But soon they realize these resolutions are hard to keep and they give up.

This year, before you throw in the towel on making a change in 2018, think about making a commitment that will not only improve your life, but also help save the lives of your neighbors, friends and family too. And it’s easy to do. 

Residents may drop Christmas Trees at Ely Field through the North Franklin Street entrance. Alternately, the 6th grade class is running a fundraiser and trees may be picked up at your door for a fee. For more information about the fundraising program, please call: 917-843-7559.
The Annual Reorganization Schedule for all City Boards and Commissions is as follows:

The Canal appears frozen, but there are still places where people could fall through. So best course is to stay off it.
The Governing Body of the City of Lambertville, in the County of Hunterdon, in the State of New Jersey hereby authorizes the suspension of the street sweeper beginning December 11, 2017 and resume on March 12, 2018, (weather permitting).