MILLBURN, NJ - Starting Thursday, Millburn Township will be doing micro paving work on several streets around town.
Weather permitting, the project will begin Thursday, Aug. 8 and will last approximately four days. Micro paving is the act of pavement preservation, by way of laying down a mixture of water, asphalt emulsion, small crushed rocks and other additives to the existing streets in order to extend their lifespan.
Millburn Township will look to do around 53,000 square yards of paving. During the process, the following streets will be affected, at various sizes in length:
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4|
|Clive Hills Road: 3,900 square yards||Rippling Brook Drive: 3,300 square yards||Glen Avenue: 5,532 square yards||Moraine Place: 2,046 square yards|
|Tall Pine Lane: 2,887 square yards||Farley Road: 7,548 square yards||Great Oak Drive: 7,727 square yards||Taylor Road South: 2,469 square yards|
|Seminole Way: 6,813 square yards||Birch Lane: 2,682 square yards||South Mountain Road: 5,822 square yards|
|Lower Chestnut Street: 742 square yards|
|Lower Cedar Street: 2,121 square yards|
Be advised that roads listed will be closed during the paving and setting process. As a result, residents should plan alternate routes during the length of the project. Any changes to the schedule will be shared on the Millburn Township website.