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Bridgewater Approves Ordinance for $6.2 Million in Roadwork Throughout Township

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Township approved an ordinance with plans for moving forward on more than $6.2 million worth of road projects throughout the township, an increase of more than $1.6 million over 2016.

The funds in the ordinance also include an additional appropriation of $600,00 that was added into the plans from the recently passed amendments to the 2017 budget.

The ordinance for $6.2 million, and the issuance of $5.909 million in bonds, appropriates funds for complete reconstruction and design on Hauck Road, Donahue Road, Dow Road, Drumhill Road, Braemar Place, Country Club Road, Adamsville Road and Colonial Way. Overlays are also included for the entire length of Crim Road, portions of Foothill Road, the entire length of Milltown Road, entire length of North Shore Drive, entire length of South Shore Drive, portions of Talamini Road and the entire length of Carteret Road.

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