Street repaving, municipal complex upgrades planned

Improvements are planned for the soccer-field parking lot at the Wall Municipal Complex. PHOTO BY MARK R. SULLIVAN

WALL TOWNSHIP — The township committee on Aug. 28 adopted a $3,841,000 capital improvement ordinance that will fund repaving of more than 20 streets in town, as well improvements to Community Park and the township municipal complex. 

“We’re on a mission, the last several years, to reinvest in our infrastructure, which for many years was left by the wayside,” said Mayor Kevin P. Orender.

The largest chunk of the funding, $1,825,000, will be for repaving nearly 20 streets throughout the township, as well as associated street curbing and drainage improvements. The biggest project will be the reconstruction of Brighton Avenue, toward a state DOT grant will go. 

Some $1,639,000 is to be used for improvements to the municipal complex at 2700 Allaire Road, and at Community Park, situated along Baileys Corner Road just north of the municipal complex.


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