Curbing Project to Begin July 21 Affecting Summit Avenue and Midland Avenue

July 19, 2014 at 12:14 PM

MONTCLAIR, NJ - As part of the Township of Montclair's capital improvement project, they have launched a townwide street improvement plan that takes effect this summer.  The township has issued the following notice to area residents:

"PORTIONS of the following streets will have their curbing replaced beginning on or about Monday, July 21, 2014 weather permitting. During this construction period the following streets will be closed at various times throughout the duration of this project.

Summit Avenue – Park Street to Northview Avenue

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  • o   (Duration of project - 4 to 6 weeks)
  • o   This portion of Summit Avenue is scheduled to be milled and paved sometime after completion of the curbing replacement activities.

Midland Avenue – Bloomfield Avenue to Watchung Avenue

  • o   (Duration of project – 8 to 10 weeks)
  • o   Midland Avenue is scheduled to be milled and paved Spring 2015

Curbing replacement operations will begin at approximately 7:30 a.m. Streets will be closed during these construction periods however limited access will be provided to residents.

Police officers will be directing traffic during the curbing replacement operations.

If there is a problem and the Township inspector is not on-site we ask that you do not approach the contractor but immediately call the Department of Community Services at 973-509-5711. The inspector will contact you by phone within a short time.

Every effort will be made to minimize inconvenience however this project will cause a disruption of normal routines and schedules."

Other street improvement efforts expected around town this week, click here for more information on the paving scheduled for July 22.  For improvement efforts planned for July 23, click here.  For more information, log onto http://www.montclairnjusa.org

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