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CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT 2013
COMMUNITY FLU/TDAP CLINICS:
Thursday October 3rd from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm
FREE RABIES CLINIC FOR CATS & DOGS
Saturday October 12th from 9am to 11 am
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Office of The Department OF Public Works
In the next few weeks a number of roads throughout the Township are scheduled for surface treatment. The process chosen for your particular road is based on the roads overall condition and is outlined below. The processes are designed to seal roadways preventing moisture from entering, adding a wear and skid resistant surface, prolonging the pavement life. All of the processes are weather dependent and may need to be rescheduled accordingly.
Signs will be posted alerting motorists to the road work a few days in advance of commencement. Residents are asked to park vehicles on adjacent streets if they will need to leave during the application time frame specified below. If you will be away during this time, we ask that you do not leave your vehicle on the street.
Residents are urged not to cross fresh applications until work is completed, this includes pedestrians and pets. The materials applied are very hot and sticky and takes time to cure. If it is necessary to cross, please test the surface before doing so, remember the surface maybe hot and sticky, so don’t use you hand.
Notification will be made in advance.
Cape seal is a two-step process incorporating both chip seal and micro surfacing processes, providing a smoother texture surface. First the chip seal is applied and allowed to cure from a few days to a few weeks depending on weather conditions. Micro surface is then applied with traffic delays as indicated above. This process blends the benefits of both processes adding years of service life to pavements.
High Performance Chip Seal:
The High performance chip seal process is similar to chip seal with a few differences. Straight asphalt is mixed with crumb rubber and applied at higher temperatures offering additional flexibility over the other processes. Aggregate is pre coated increasing adhesion and reducing dust and loose stone. This material also offers higher ambient temperature softening, meaning no bleeding during hot weather. Traffic delays due to single lane closures are minimal and are usually 5 – 15 minutes at most. This process adds a flexible, skid resistant surface with texture similar to chip seal, adding years of pavement life.
The following streets have been selected for the Cape Seal process:
- Andover Drive
- Arrowhead Drive
- Bald Eagle Drive
- Blue Jay Court
- Bernard Street
- Century Lane
- Country Squire Way
- Howell Drive
- Hummingbird Lane
- Kensington Court
- Kiva Place
- Lexington Avenue
- Pine Ridge Drive
- Sharon Avenue
- South Horizon Way
- Swan Court
- Vail Terrace
- Wren Way
The following streets have been selected for the High Performance Chip Seal process:
- D’Angelo Drive
- Narraganset Drive
- Old York Rd, Between Dreahook Rd and Bowman Ct
- Old York Rd, between Branch Drive and RT 202 S
- Centerville Rd
- Craig Rd
We appreciate your patience and cooperation.
Please contact the Public Works office with any questions at 908-526-1300 x 177
Director of Public Works
The New Jersey Department of Health has identified a third person suspected of having measles who may have exposed additional people at Somerset Medical Center and the public at several locations in Somerset County between March 6 and 12. The suspected case announced on Friday of last week has been confirmed as measles. Initial exposure was through a patient with measles. Click here for further details.
e-Waste – Drop Off
October 5, 2013
Branchburg Public Works Garage
34 Kenbury Rd., Branchburg, NJ 08876
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