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This week, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture published information regarding the Spotted Lanternfly, which has been spotted in both Mercer and Warren Counties. To prevent the spread of Spotted Lanternfly, the State Department of Agriculture has quarantined the two affected counties and Hunterdon County. Businesses and the general public in the quarantine area are required to obtain and fill out a New Jersey residence checklist before moving any of the articles listed on their website, here: https://www.nj.gov/agriculture/news/press/2018/approved/press180731.html. Business entities that routinely travel in and out of the quarantine area are required to take, and pass, training regarding the Spotted Lanternfly that is supplied for free by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture at http://bit.ly/2K92DdZ. Information on the website also serves to inform the public about how to identify the Spotted Lanternfly and minimize its movement. For additional information, please visit the link above or contact Jeff Wolfe at (609) 633-2954, firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate your assistance sharing this information with your residents.