The needler in the haystack.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Thank you Freeholder Carter


The rough section is clearly visible in this satellite image from Google.
 
Union County road crews have been out the past two days patching a really rough 100-foot or so stretch of West 7th Street along the property occupied by Plainfield Tower West.

While the section has been potholed every spring for years, it finally deteriorated to the point that even tractor trailers and dump trucks were swerving into the oncoming lane to avoid the entire section of the street.

Spoke to Freeholder Carter about it at the last Council business meeting and she said she would speak to the County road folks.

Said, and now done. And, by the way, looks to be infrared patching.


-- Dan Damon [follow]

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2 comments:

Bob said...

Now let's get the county to finish fixing Park Ave. which is a dangerous mess. They repaired a 50' stretch of it last week, but the rest is really bad, especially when you pass the high school and head towards Muhlenberg and South Plainfield. Help!!!!

Dwayne said...

Go Linda!!

Yi - Haaaa!! Good stuff and that's how things are supposed to work!

DEW