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Morris County Towns to get $4.6 million in Municipal Aid Grants

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Twenty-seven Morris County towns will receive state Local Aid awards totaling $4.6 million, ranging from $82,500 for Chatham Township resurfacing projects to maximum $250,000 grants awarded to Boonton Township, East Hanover, and Mount Arlington for municipal road projects.

It is part of the Christie Administration’s Local Aid grants awards, totaling $79 million statewide, to help municipalities finance advance a variety of local road and transportation projects.

“Most of the Municipal Aid grants will support road resurfacing or preservation projects, and will help towns make much needed repairs,” said New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Richard T. Hammer.

Local Regional Benefits:

  • Jefferson Township Milton Road Improvements – Phase 2 $123,000
  • Mount Arlington Borough Kadel Drive Roadway Improvements $250,000
  • Roxbury Township Shippenport Road Ramps Resurfacing Project. $105,000

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