BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ Sanitary sewer repair work on Dryden Road is complete, Bernards Township reported this week. Residents can now resume fully using their facilities that drain to the sanitary sewer, according to the township.
As of Friday, February 22nd, road crews are expected to be working on Walnut Circle and Debra Lane to make repairs to the sanitary sewer system between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. On both of those streets, work is only being done on one length of pipe between manholes, and will not affect the entire street, the township said.
Properties affected are nos. 11, 14, 17, and 18 Walnut Circle, and no. 25 Debra Lane, according to the township. This work will not affect residents who have not have not received a notice from En-Tech Corp, according to the township. Those who have received a notice, and have questions, should feel free to contact the Bernards Township Engineering Department at 908-204-3018.
No adverse traffic impacts are anticipated as a result of these projects, the township said.