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.”

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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.”

To report a pothole, call the township’s Engineering/DPW Departments at 973-331-3324 or submit a request online at Montville Township’s website.

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