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Work Begins to Restore Roads Impacted by Del Haven Water Project

Work Begins to Restore Roads Impacted by Del Haven Water Project

From Middle Township

Work has begun to restore several roads impacted by the Del Haven Water Project.
Work has begun to restore several roads impacted by the Del Haven Water Project.

DEL HAVEN – Work has begun to restore several roads impacted by the Del Haven Water Project that brought a safe, reliable water supply to the area from the Lower Township MUA. Nearly 1,000 properties, many that had struggled with poor quality water for years, will now have access to the LTMUA system. Temporary road repairs were made throughout the multiyear project.

On December 4, 2023, Middle Township Committee awarded the road restoration contract to South State, Inc., of Bridgeton, NJ. The $645,903 contract calls for a 2-inch mill and pave of the full length of the affected roadways to restore the roads to their original condition.

“We are happy to see these major infrastructure improvements nearing final completion,” Deputy Mayor Ike Gandy said. “This historic expansion of water service to the Del Haven/Green Creek area will ensure a healthy water supply, increase property values and reduce homeowner insurance rates for area property owners.”

Gandy, who oversees public works in the Township, thanked the residents for their patience throughout the project. The road restoration work is expected to be completed by July 1st.

The following roads will be impacted:

Oak Avenue

Sunray Road

Eldredge Avenue

Delaware Avenue

Colgate Street

5th through 9th

Pine Avenue

Rutledge Road

Millman (west end)

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