From Maplewood Township:
Maplewood Avenue Paver Project Update
Week of October 22
By early this week, the much-needed drainage improvements, bump outs, curbing and brick repaving at the intersection of Durand Road and Maplewood Avenue should be completed. Similar work at the intersection of Lenox Place and Maplewood Avenue will begin: drainage upgrades, ADA-compliant ramp installation, bump out, and curbing. The drainage work at the intersection of Maplewood Avenue and Highland Place may also begin this coming week.
The Township’s Engineering Department has been making periodic job site inspections throughout the day and reports that the work is being done extremely well. We hope that those of you who have had the opportunity to check out the work like what you see!
The Maplewood Police Department will continue to assist in any pedestrian/vehicular detours as needed during the project, which the Township has instructed the contractor must be kept at a minimum.
Be assured that there will be no construction or sidewalk/street impediments on Halloween and that the project will be suspended on November 16 until after the New Year to allow for our usual village holiday festivities and shopping period!
The Township is committed to minimizing inconvenience to the public and merchants during this project, and will continue to provide weekly updates on the Township website, email blasts, Twitter and via the Maplewood Construction News Facebook page.
If you have questions or concerns about the project, contact the Maplewood Business Administrator, Sonia Alves-Viveiros, at (973) 762-8120, ext. 2000, or [email protected].