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Notice for property owners and residents on Noe Ave (entire length) & Woodland (West of Loantaka 1400 ft) in Madison. Tilcon NY, Inc, the Paving Contractor retained by the Borough of Madison to complete the resurfacing of several roads, intends to begin milling operations this month (two days) and paving operations initiated within 72 hours thereafter (three days) to complete the resurfacing project, weather conditions permitting. Work will be phased to minimize access limitations for the public. Woodland resurfacing is being coordinated with Chatham Twp so both municipalities can proceed at once. Property access during Milling will not be compromised for more than two hours at individual locations. Access during final Paving operations is normally restricted for one half day, with lane striping within 72 hours thereafter. Your cooperation is requested during the time of construction to remove/relocate the automobiles you intend to use by approximately 7:30 a.m. on final Paving days when the contractor is active in your vicinity. This will minimize interruption of construction work and allow the contractor to finish as soon as possible. Temporary Parking on a minor local street within 1000 feet of your home/business may be anticipated with the cooperation of the Police Department. Emergency “NO PARKING” will be enforced by the Police Department during construction if vehicles impede progress. Specific scheduling problems may be directed to the office of the Borough Engineer 593-3060. The Police Department can be contacted for traffic information and assistance 593-3000. The inconvenience is short term since the improvements last for many years. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION ! THE BOROUGH OF MADISON
It is requested that all Madison residents and businesses observe both indoor and outdoor voluntary water use restrictions during the months of June, July and August. Please click http://www.rosenet.org/gov/water/pages/voluntary-water-use-restrictions for more information about water use restrictions.
The Madison Public Library will be closed on Saturday, May 23; Sunday, May 24 and Monday, May 25 for celebration of the Memorial Day holiday.
All of the residents of Madison are invited to a special meeting called by the Mayor and Council to discuss the proposed redevelopment plan of the Madison Civic Center. The Meeting will be at the Civic Center at 28 Walnut Street in Madison, NJ, and will start at 7:00 PM on May, 26, 2015.
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Six roads including Morris Place, Danforth Road, Sherwood Ave, Longview Ave, Candlewood and Fox Chase Rd will be resurfaced under a Borough of Madison contract with Tilcon NY Inc scheduled to begin Monday May 18, 2015. Preparation of manholes and inlets will be apparent over the next two weeks. If there are any questions, comments or concerns regarding the schedule, please contact the Municipal Engineer or Superintendent of Public Works. Thank you for your cooperation.
The KRE Planning Board hearing for the Green Village Road School Project has been rescheduled from 5/5/15 to 5/19/15.
When: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 Where:Town of Morristown Division of Health- Animal Control Program 200 South Street Municipal Parking lot Appointments required: Call Samantha Johnson at 973-292-6731 Female Dog: $95 Male Dog: $85 Female Cat: $75 Male Cat: $65 Spay/Neuter 80-100 lbs: $110 Spay/Neuter over 100 lbs: $150
Thursday, May 7th in the Chatham High School Auditorium at 7:00 pm. Join us for a conversation on the myths and facts about Marijuana Legalization and its impact of children and families. Kevin A. Sabet, Ph.D is the Director of the Drug Policy Institute at the University of Florida. He served the Obama Administration as the Senior Advisor to the Director of the Whit House Office of national Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
Public Service Electric & Gas Company will begin gas main replacement work on Ridgedale Avenue on April 22, 2015 in advance of the municipal road reconstruction work planned this summer. The PSE&G work will consist of 3,100 feet of a new gas main (ending at Central Avenue) followed by the replacement of individual gas services. Anticipate traffic delays and temporary traffic control signage. Individual residents may anticipate separate contacts from the utility company. PSEG anticipates a one month duration for the main replacement project.