LINCOLN PARK, NJ – County officials have notified TAPinto Montville that milling and paving should start next week on Comly Road/Ryerson Road in Lincoln Park and Pequannock.

Almost two miles from Main Street in Lincoln Park to the Boulevard in Pequannock will be milled and paved.

The road is part of the Board of Freeholders’ aggressive targeting of 30 miles of county roads for upgrading this summer and fall, officials said.

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The county roadwork is in addition to local and state road projects. See the complete list: Projects near Montville include Littleton Road in Parsippany, Powerville Road in Boonton Township and Boonton Turnpike in Lincoln Park.

On the bridge improvement front, work is continuing on the Crane Road bridge in Mountain Lakes.

“Maintaining our road and bridge infrastructure is vital to our residents and businesses, and helps make Morris County one of the best places to live and work in New Jersey,’’ said Morris County Freeholder Stephen Shaw. “We will continue to work closely with our municipalities on these projects to minimize inconvenience to motorists.”

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