BRIDGEWATER, NJ - A resolution regarding road improvements on Frontier Road will have to wait until at least the next Bridgewater Township Council meeting to be possibly ratified.
The town governing body voted to table the resolution at its most recent meeting.
Councilman Allen Kurdyla asked to have the resolution polled separately from the other resolutions that appeared on that evening’s council agenda. The resolution would have awarded a consent agreement to LCS Development, LLC to permit the placement of required improvements in emergency access easement on Block 711, Lot 13, to be named as 901 Frontier Road.
Council vice president Matthew Moench asked if the property in question was at the end of Jaguar Lane. Kurdyla responded that it wasn’t, but is actually at the end of Frontier Road, for emergency access, by the I-287 overpass.
“We just did a large project to improve access on Frontier Road,” said Kurdyla.
He said that particular project went west, and created a road toward Foothill Road. He also said that his worry was how the road turned, and believed it was an issue to be concerned about.
Kurdyla added that the proposed resolution would connect Frontier and Foothill roads—but township administrator James Naples disagreed.
The location of 901 Frontier Road is northwest of both PVH Corp. and the Bridgewater Sports Arena, according to googlemaps.com, and north of both Route 22 and Route 287. Bridgewater's local quarry is situated between Route 22/Frontier Road and Chimney Rock Road.
Moench made a motion to table the matter until at least the council’s Aug. 20 meeting. Kurdyla added he would also like to have a bigger map of the area in question, and the council then voted unanimously to table the resolution.