HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - According to John Dunlea of Neglia Engineering, the project to resurface Depken Field is on schedule, with the turf field, which is being custom-made, scheduled to be delivered on August 17. The statement was made as part of their update to Borough of Hasbrouck Heights Council on Tuesday evening.
It was noted that the field had been inspected and there were no repairs required to the base of the field. After the athletic turf is laid down by FieldTurf (the vendor), replacing the running track will be the next phase of work.
In the report to the council, he provided updated information on the 2019, 2020 and 2021 road programs.
2019 Program: The contractor, Smith-Sondy Asphalt had completed the concrete and paving on Raymond Street, Prospect Street and Hasbrouck Avenue. Residents' complaints have been forwarded to the vendor and a portion of the repairs has been completed.
2020 Program: NEA is working on a comprehensive proposal for the roadway preservation improvements for Industrial Avenue. The Borough received a grant from the Department of Transportation.
2021 Program: In coordination with DPW and Borough Administrator, NEA prepared and submitted an application to the New Jersey Department of Transportation for resurfacing the remaining portion of Henry Street, Phase II (Terrace Avenue west to its end point.). NEA applied for $381,305.50 to the NJDOT for this work, and understands NJDOT will advise on status of grant in November.
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