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ROADWORK ON WASHINGTON STREET AND KING STREET TO BEGIN OCTOBER 30

press release

 

 

The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders have announced a road resurfacing project to begin in Hainesport and Mount Holly Townships.

 

Resurfacing of a 0.7-mile portion of Washington Street (County Route 537) and a 0.1- mile portion of King Street (County Route 691) is expected to begin this Wednesday, October 30, 2013.

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The project involves milling & overlay of Washington Street from Cumberland Avenue in Hainesport to King Street in Mount Holly and milling & overlay of King Street from Rancocas Road to Washington Street in Mount Holly. The work is expected to take about one week to complete.

 

Traffic will be maintained in one direction during milling and paving operation. Motorists using the roadway may experience delay and are recommended to find alternative routes during the work.

 

The work is being done by Arawak Paving Co., Inc., Hammonton, New Jersey, as part of the County’s 2012 State Funded Overlay Program.  The County will resurface a total of 21.4 miles of roadway in 14 municipalities through the $7.9 million dollar state-funded program.

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