Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Road Work Suspended since July to Restart

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Road Work Suspended since July to Restart

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Five sections of roadway in West Milford and Ringwood are set to be resurfaced through Thursday as the Passaic County government moves to fill in stretches of road left milled since July because of a state-level funding stalemate.

Work was to start first on two milled sections of Union Valley Road, between Gould Road and Sussex Road. Paving on Greenwood Lake Turnpike north and west of Marshall Hill Road also was to begin. Today's work was to focus on resurfacing the milled section of Marshall Hill Road and finishing the Greenwood Lake Turnpike project.

The effort is set to move to Ringwood on Thursday to pave the milled sections on Margaret King Road and Greenwood Lake Turnpike.

In early July, Governor Christie ordered a freeze on $3.5 billion in "non-essential" state Department of Transportation and NJ Transit work funded through the state's dwindling Transportation Trust Fund. …

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