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Bridgewater Township Approves Additional Roadwork

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater Township Council approved a number of contracts for roadwork and more at a recent meeting, including for improvements on a good portion of Brown Road.

The contract was to Top Line Construction Corp. for the improvements of Brown Road from Route 202/206 to Tall Oaks Drive, for $280,860.78 to be funded through the 2016 capital project fund.

Township Administrator James Naples said they have also funded the next section from Tall Oaks to Cambridge.

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“The whole way on Brown Road to Route 202 will be taken care of,” Naples said.

The council approved a number of other contracts.

  • The council approved an increase in the amount of $5,000 to the contract appointing Eric M. Bernstein & Associates as township labor attorney and awarding a professional service contract in an amount not to exceed $75,000 for a total final annual contract not to exceed $80,000.
  • The council awarded a contract to Ebon Environmental Service of Newark for custodial services for the municipal building, police, public works building and the senior center in the amount of $45,897.12.
  • The council awarded a contract to Performance Pipelining Inc. for the 2013 Bradley Gardens area sewer rehabilitation project in the sum of $1,045,500, to be funded through the 2013 sewer budget.

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