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Town of Westfield Reveals Plans for Road Improvements

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WESTFIELD, NJ — On Tuesday night, Westfield’s town council approved a $3,440,000 bond ordinance that will make possible paving and improvements to more than five miles of the town’s roads. The town has now posted the list of coming improvements on its website, www.westfieldnj.gov. They are:

Ward 1

Harrison Avenue: Resurface between Kimball Avenue and East Broad Street

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Brightwood Avenue: Resurface Embree Crescent to Prospect Street

Hanford Place: Resurface Seneca Place to Eaglecroft Road

Fair Hill Road:Resurface Woodmere Drive to Sunnywood Drive

Breeze Knoll Drive: Resurface Lawrence to Circle

Lawrence Avenue (State Aid Project): Resurface Roanoke Road to Mountain Avenue

Tuttle Parkway: Resurface North Avenue to the split

Ward 2

Fourth Avenue: Resurface S. Chestnut Street to Benson Place

St. Mark's Avenue: Resurface S. Euclid Avenue to St. Paul Street

Lenox Avenue: Resurface S. Euclid Avenue to Stanley Place

St. Mark's Avenue: Resurface S. Chestnut Street to Benson Place

Benson PlaceL Resurface Salter Place to Fourth Avenue

East Broad Street (Union County Project): Resurface S. Chestnut Street to Springfield Avenue

Ward 3

Sycamore Street: Resurface Ripley Avenue to Town line

Everson Place: Resurface entire length

Beechwood Place: Resurface entire length

Evergreen Court: Resurface entire length

Boynton Avenue: Resurface Pearl Street to Dead End

Azalea Trail: Resurface entire length

Boynton Avenue: Resurface Hardwick to Connecticut

Ward 4

Shackamaxon Drive: Resurface Rahway Avenue to Knollwood Drive

Tice Place: Resurface Clifton Street to Cayuga Way

Bell Drive: Resurface Arthur Place to Dead End

Rahway Avenue: Resurface West Grove Street to Clifton Street

Cayuga Way: Resurface entire length

Tamaques Park

Tamaques Park Oval: Resurface approx. 1,750 feet

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