MONTVILLE, NJ – With spring upon us, the freeze-thaw cycle has brought about a fresh crop of potholes across the township, making residents and tires groan with dismay.
Residents might wonder how to get a particular pothole filled.
“Potholes are addressed as [requests] are received by the township,” said Assistant Township Administrator June Hercek. “With the nicer weather, paving crews are out every day working on spots that need the most attention.”
Of particular note is Hook Mountain Road, which frankly, has become ripped apart by the freeze-thaw cycle. Hercek said that a portion of that road is on the schedule to be paved this spring. She said it would be the “area that is most troublesome.”
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