Mayor Kelly A. Yaede and the Township Council have several road repairs scheduled for this year.
Yaede’s capital budget plan invests more than $5 million to fund 29 road repair projects as part of 2013 township budget.
This year’s plan includes repaving local streets in neighborhoods across the township. Repaving is scheduled for Sunnybrae/Dover Plaza area of Yardville, Mercerville, Whitehorse, Olden Terrace, Briarwood, Broad Street Park, Lalor Tract, Bromley, Hamilton Square, Forest Valley/White City, University Heights, Rolling Acres and Extonville neighborhoods, as well the roads in the Quakerbridge Road, East State Street Extension and North Crosswicks areas of Hamilton.
Also part of this year’s plan is Klockner Road, between Whitehorse-Mercerville and Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road. The reconstruction is partially funded with a $220,000 State grant.
Along with road repair, Yaede’s plan allocates $125,000 in various accessible ramp installations and necessary curb/sidewalk work.
The plan invests $230,000 in community drainage in the Whitehorse area of the township.
Since 2008, Hamilton has funded nearly 100 road repair projects across its 625 lane miles of local roads, not including this year’s additional 29 repair projects.
More information is online at hamiltonnj.com/roadrepairs.