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MAYOR JOHN E. McCORMAC COVID-19_TV-35 MESSAGE WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2020 This is Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac and today is Wednesday, July 1.These numbers are really tough to figure out folks. We were very depressed to learn of 12 new cases of Coronavirus in Woodbridge Township on Monday but then yesterday’s report came in and we had zero again. That’s 12 in one day and only 12 in the last six days combined besides Monday.The average age of the last 12 cases is down to 45.We had 17 more cases in State facilities and none in health facilities and thankfully no new deaths to report.The primary election is Tuesday, July 7. All voters registered with a political party affiliation received a mail-in ballot and all others received an application for a mail-in ballot. In person voting for those covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act is available at 10 locations throughout Woodbridge which are listed on a postcard sent to every voter. There is a mailbox right in front of town hall where you can easily and safely drop off your primary election ballot. Our Farmer’s Market will be back this Saturday even though it is a holiday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in the Town Hall parking lot.Our concerts are set to begin Monday night July 6 on the field behind Woodbridge High School where all shows will be held. Mondays start at 7:00 PM and Sundays start at 6:00 PM with Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 PM. The field has been lined with eight-foot squares with walking aisles in between. Bring your lawn chairs and you can tell all your friends that you sat in box seats!!!!Our crackdown on illegal fireworks will continue through this weekend with extra Police patrols. Summonses were issued Monday night near Lyman Park in Woodbridge and last night near Pelzman Park in Avenel so keep contacting us at 732-634-7700 with reports of this illegal activity. Please be as specific as possible as to the locations.So these two antennas met on the Town Hall roof and they fell in love and got married. The wedding was really not that great but the reception was terrific.We are off Friday so our next report will be Monday and we hope and pray that it is a good one.There will be a lot happening this weekend so please remember to wear face coverings and practice social distancing and keep an eye on your neighbors.Please stay safe and have a wonderful Fourth of July.Thank you. ###