Freeholder Lyon Hears About Chatham Traffic Concerns on Main Street

April 16, 2014 at 11:05 PM

CHATHAM, NJ - Morris County Freeholder Hank Lyon didn't bring a pen with him to the meeting, but he left with plenty of notes on the concerns of the Borough of Chatham Council on Tuesday night.

Lyon, the chairman of the county budget committee, was in attendance to give a presentation of the 2014 Morris County Budget. The borough council took the opportunity to ask some questions and voice their concerns. Council member John Holman provided the pen and Lyon took notes.

The 26,000 cars that travel through Main Street in Chatham on a daily basis was one that the topics that the council and Lyon addressed.

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James Collander, Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Chairman, speaks about Chatham traffic in video below

Lyon indicated that the county is willing to invest money to alleviate traffic problems in video below. Mayor Bruce Harris and council member Jim Lonergan also join the discussion.

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