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Paving to Begin on Alexander Avenue on Aug. 4

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - As part of the Essex County road improvement efforts, the Township of Montclair has issued the following advisory to residents of Alexander Avenue:

TO ALL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES ON ALEXANDER AVENUE AND ITS VICINITY, TOWNSHIP OF MONTCLAIR AND TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD:

Please be advised that on or about August 4, 2014, weather permitting, Essex County will pave Alexander Avenue from Grove Street to Broad Street during the day (7 a.m. to 5 p.m.) under the Essex County Roadway Resurfacing Program.

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While paving is taking place, sections of Alexander Avenue will be intermittently closed to non-emergency traffic. During these operations, access to and from your driveway or street may be prohibited. If you need to enter/leave your home/business during this time (7 a.m. to 5 p.m.), please make arrangements to park your vehicle at another location.

PLEASE FOLLOW ALL DETOUR SIGNS. PARKING ON ALEXANDER AVENUE DURING CONSTRUCTION WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. NEW TRAFFIC PATTERNS AND SIGNS WILL BE POSTED.

For information regarding the construction in your area, please contact on of the following people:

Joe Smith, Smith-Sondy: 973-777-7833
Lisa Garolis, KS Engineers: 201-697-9579
Rasheed Yusuf, Essex County DPW: 973-226-8500 x2290

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