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See the linked advertisement below. https://www.rosenet.org/uploads/7/informalpublic2013samson.pdf
Effective December 10th Elm Street is no longer a through-street due to bridge repairs being done by NJ Transit. The south side of Elm Street can be accessed via Madison Avenue and the north side via Park Avenue. Safety barriers have been placed around the bridge area both sides. This condition will exist for 4 to 6 months according to NJ Transit.
Main Street Rt124 between Seaman Street and Division Ave in the east portion of Madison. Lucas Construction (under NJDOT contract) is currently scheduled to start paving Main Street on Friday night (10/12) at 9pm to 8am and will also be paving Saturday night 9pm to 9am in the West Bound Direction starting in Chatham Borough and working towards Seaman Street in east Madison. Lucas will pave the shoulders first, then complete the travel lane. Two State Troopers will work with Lane for the duration of the project and local police have not been requested to assist by the State. The following week the paving crews intend to work east bound from Seaman Street in east Madison towards and into Chatham Borough. New signage and striping will complete the work next week. If there are questions or concerns, please contact the following representatives : Contractor Christopher P. White Lucas Construction Group, Inc. 173 Amboy Road Morganville, NJ 07751 TEL 732-955-8300 NJDOT Resident Engineer Jiten Jadeja Jiten.Jadeja@dot.state.nj.us TEL 973-564-7201
The Madison Safe Routes to School initiative will join children and adults from around the world to celebrate the benefits of walking to school on the International Walk to School Day October 3, 2012. Federal, State, County and Local programs promote the initiative. Announcement link below: https://www.rosenet.org/uploads/7/srts_intlwalktoschool_10_3_12_8.5x11.pdf
There will be an Information Meeting with the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Madison on Monday, September 24, 2004 at 6:00 p.m. to review Capital Engineering Projects on Green Ave, Samson Ave, Rosedale Ave. and Ridgedale Ave. For more information, please click http://www.rosenet.org/uploads/7/noticeinformalmtg2012.pdf
Starting Monday evening August 27, 2012, Public Service Electric & Gas Co. Inc. will be replacing gas main and service lines on Main Street (NJ RT 124) in Madison, NJ in the downtown district (between Madison and Prospect). A permit from New Jersey Department of Transportation was obtained. The work will be done from 9 PM through 6 AM, and will take roughly five weeks. Please expect detours or delays during the evening work. Questions or concerns regarding this work may be directed towards the George DiMatteo, the PSE&G supervisor of this job at (908) 522-7412. Thank you for cooperation.
Morris County will be milling and paving Park Ave. from Madison Ave. to Danforth Rd. starting Tuesday, 8/14/12 through Friday, 8/17/12. Work will be from 8am Through 4PM. Affected Park Ave. Eastbound Traffic (Only) will be detoured at Danforth Ave. to Madison Ave.
The work by Matina & Son Utility Contractors for Partial Replacement, Access Manholes, Cleaning, and Inspection of the Sanitary Force Main between North Street and Ridgedale Avenue will be completed this week. The County of Morris intends to follow this project closely with repaving and restriping of Park Avenue.
On or about August 13, 2010, PSE&G will be replacing gas main and service lines on Main Street in Madison, NJ. The work will be done from 9 PM through 6 AM, and will take roughly five weeks. Questions or concerns regarding this work may be directed towards the George DiMatteo, the PSE&G supervisor of this job at (908) 522-7412
Beginning next week, employees/surveyors of BL Companies, a subcontractor of Henkels & McCoy, Inc., will be working on the electric transmission right-of-way for Public Service Electric & Gas Company (PSE&G). They will set control points in preparation for the construction of the North Central Reliability Project,http://www.pseg.com/family/pseandg/powerline/reliability_projects/north_central.jsp, which will upgrade the electric transmission system. In order to be prepared for residential inquiries, the surveyors will have their corporate identification card and a letter from PSE&G to validate their work for PSE&G. If constituents have questions, they can either call the electric transmission toll-free outreach number 1 – 877 – 678 – 5784;