Message from New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy

Mensaje del Gobernador

Frank X. Schillari

Hudson County Sheriff

Message from Hudson County Excecutive

Tom Degise

 

Hudson County drive-thru corona virus testing site at Hudson Regional Hospital

 

The testing center will operate from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and an appointment must be made to be tested. Appointments can be made starting at noon Monday by calling 201-388-1097.

The site is open only to Hudson County residents or first responders who work in Hudson County.

El citio de Paseo de Vehiculo para examenes de el virus Corona en el hospital

Hudson Regional en Secaucus, New Jersey

El centro de examenes operara de 10:00 AM a 5:00 PM Lunes a Viernes y las citas se pueden

comenzar hacer el Lunes 23 de Marzo llamando al telefono 201-388-1097

April 1, 2020

 

A message from

Hudson County Sheriff, Frank X. Schillari

 

You have probably heard the news by now – the government is sending out relief checks as part of the federal response to the Coronavirus. Scammers heard the same thing, and they are hoping to cash in on yours.

The details of how this will all work are still coming together, but we do know a few things about how this will – and will not – work. For now, here are some things to know.

  1. You do not need to do anything. As long as you filed taxes for 2018 and/or 2019, the federal government likely has the information it needs to send you your money. If you have not filed taxes recently, you will need to submit a simple tax return to get your check. (More on who is eligible here.)

  2.Do not give anyone your personal information to “sign-up” for your relief check. There is nothing to sign up for. Anyone calling to ask for your personal information, like your Social Security number, PayPal account, or bank information is a scammer, plain and simple. Also, be on the lookout for email phishing scams, where scammers pretend to be from the government and ask for your information as part of the “sign-up” process for the checks.

Hudson County Sheriff’s Office Enforcing Zero Tolerance Policy for Price Gouging; Violators Will Receive Up to $10,000 Fine

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari and the Office of Weights and Measures will be out aggressively enforcing a zero tolerance policy to prevent businesses from price gouging during the COVID-19 outbreak. Businesses that are caught trying to take advantage of residents in the middle of this national health crisis will be issued a fine of up to $10,000 per infraction. 

“The hard working men and women from the Hudson County Office of Weights and Measures will be out in full force to ensure that no business is able to use the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse to raise prices on essential items,” said Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari. “We are aggressively investigating every single report of price gouging that we are notified of and holding those individuals in violations of the law accountable to the fullest extent. My office is working around the clock to keep residents safe from consumer fraud and we will continue to be on the front lines of all calls for service we receive.” 

Residents who believe local businesses are excessively raising prices should contact the Hudson County Office of Weights and Measures at 201-369-4323 extension 7305. All reports can be kept confidential. 

 

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Oficina del Alguacil del Condado de Hudson Aplica la Política de Cero Tolerancias para el

Aumento dePrecios Excesivo Los Infractores Recibirán Una Multa de Hasta $10,000

 

El Alguacil del Condado de Hudson

JERSEY CITY, N.J. - El alguacil del condado de Hudson, Frank X. Schillari, y la Oficina de Pesos y Medidas implementarán agresivamente una política de cero tolerancias para evitar que las empresas suban los precios durante el brote de COVID-19. Las empresas que se encuentren tratando de aprovecharse de los residentes en medio de esta crisis de salud nacional recibirán una multa de hasta $10,000 por infracción. "Los trabajadores y trabajadoras de la Oficina de Pesas y Medidas del Condado de Hudson estarán en

plena vigencia para garantizar que ninguna empresa pueda utilizar la pandemia COVID-19 como una excusa para aumentar los precios de los artículos esenciales", dijo el Condado de Hudson Alguacil Frank X.Schillari.

“Estamos investigando agresivamente todos los informes de aumento de precios que se nos notifica y responsabilizamos a esas personas en violación de la ley en toda su extensión. Mi oficina está trabajando las 24 horas para mantener a los residentes a salvo del fraude del consumidor y continuaremos en la primera línea de todas las llamadas de servicio que recibimos ". Los residentes que creen que las empresas locales están aumentando excesivamente los precios debencomunicarse con la Oficina de Pesos y Medidas del Condado de Hudson al 201-369-4323 extensión 7305.Todos los informes

pueden mantenerse confidenciales.

Hudson County Sheriff

Frank X. Schillari

Ask that you please feel free share to encourage assistance to the

mass testing effort.

El alguacil del condado Hudson les pide que  comparta estos enlaces en 

ayuda  a el esfuerzo masivo de los centros de prueba del COVAC-19

https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/imm_requirements

 

YouTube: https://youtu.be/UvBAWfHxz3w

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HudsonCountyExec

 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hudcoinsta/

 

COVID-19 County Updates Page: http://www.hudsoncountynj.org/covid-19-hudson-county-government-updates/

Hudson County Sheriff’s Office Postponing All Foreclosure Sales and Eviction Notices Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari has announced that under his direction all Hudson County foreclosure  sales and eviction notices will be positioned until after the health crisis, caused by the Coronavirus / COVID-19 outbreak, subsides. 

“These are trying times for everyone and nobody should be worried that they are going to be evicted during a national health crisis,” said Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari. “In addition all Foreclosure sales will be postponed until after the emergency subsided. I strongly urge all Hudson County residents to practice social distancing when possible and to wash their hands, sanitize common surfaces frequently and to work from home if possible.”

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Frank X. Schillari

Pospone todas las ventas de ejecución hipotecaria y los avisos de desalojo debido al brote de COVID-19

 

JERSEY CITY, N.J. - El alguacildel condado de Hudson, FrankX. Schillari, ha anunciado que, bajo su dirección, todas las notifica-ciones de ejecución hipotecaria y desalojo del condado de Hudson se

colocarán hasta después de la crisis de salud, causada por el brote de Coronavirus / COVID-19, desa-parezca.

 

"Estos son tiempos difíciles para todos y nadie debería preocuparse de que sean desalojados durante

una crisis de salud nacional", dijo el alguacil del condado de Hudson, Frank X. Schillari. “Además, todas

las ventas de ejecución hipote-caria se pospondrán hasta que la emergencia disminuya. Insto en-

carecidamente a todos los resi-dentes del Condado de Hudson a que practiquen el distanci-amiento social

cuando sea posi-ble y que se laven las manos, desinfecten las superficies communes con frecuencia y que trabajen desde casa si es posible”.