BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Bonnie Burn Road has been closed temporarily so Public Works crews may plow, de-ice and salt the road. Closure expected to last about 2 hours.
Bonnie Burn Road Temporarily Closed For Plowing And De-Icing
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