Thursday, December 11th, 2008
Morris County is getting $4 million from the state’s 2009 County Aid Transportation Program.
The funds are earmarked for repaving portions of 11 county roads in nine municipalities, according to Deputy Freeholder Director Gene F. Feyl.
The state aid program provides funds to counties each year.
The paving projects being funded are .6 miles of Main Street to Changebridge Road in Montville; Main Road from Barney Lane to Boonton Turnpike in Lincoln Park and Montville; East Main Street from Hilltop Road/Mountain Avenue to Cold Hill Road in Mendham Borough; Mendham Road from Indianhead Road to Kadena Road in Morris Township; Columbia Turnpike from Morris Avenue to Park Avenue in Morris Township; East Mill Road from Schooley’s Mountain Road to Old Farmers Road in Washington Township; Powerville Road from Boulevard to North Main Street in Boonton Township; South Morris Avenue from Route 10 to Millbrook Avenue in Dover and Randolph; Village Road from Lee’s Hill Road to 1.3 miles east in Harding; Glen Alpine Road from Route 202 to Lee’s Hill Road in Harding; and West Hanover Avenue from the Frelinghuysen School through Second Street in Morristown and Parsippany.
The paving work will be done in 2009.