Snowed-Out School Board Meeting, Dog Licenses Due in Week Ahead

Search for missing David Bird of Millington begins third week.

Dog licenses are due this week in Warren. File photo
Dog licenses are due this week in Warren. File photo

The Warren Township Board of Education was ready last Monday to begin its overview discussion of the 2014-15 school budget — then it snowed.

The meeting now is rescheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday at the Central School, 109 Mt. Bethel Road in Warren. 

A majority of board members previously discussed aiming for an allowable tax levy increase of two percent for next year's budget. 

Licenses for Warren Township dogs are due this Thursday. Forms may be downloaded on the Warren Township website.

Leonardo DaVinci exhibit begins on Monday — and continues all week — at Watchung Hills Regional High School. The exhibit will be on display in the atrium of the high school at 108 Stirling Road in Warren.

Third week begins in search for David Bird

Meanwhile, at the start of the third week since Millington resident David Bird told his family he was going to take a walk — and then disappeared without a trace, the search continues.

A message posted by Long Hill Township Police Chief Michael Mazzeo on Friday said, "Preparations and arrangements are being made for supplementary K-9 units to assist Long Hill Township Police Department with their search for David Bird. These dogs have the ability to track and correctly identify a specific person in a field setting. These animals also have the ability to "scent discriminate" and differentiate between two distinct separate odors. The Long Hill Township Police Department is committed to using any and all credible K-9 resources available in an effort to locate Mr. Bird."

The chief said the police department would continue to update the Long Hill Police Department Facebook page on a regular basis, and asked readers to share the page with friends. Those with an information to report in the investigation are asked to call the township police department at 908-647-1800, ext. 0.


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