Notices & Announcements
Hardyston Township Road Resurfacing Projects to Begin the Week of 8/8/22
Hardyston Township as part of their ongoing roadway maintenance program evaluates the condition of the road system and schedules roads for resurfacing. Road improvements and maintenance are included as part of the Township’s annual capital improvement budget.
This year roads will be resurfaced using a process called cape seal.
Cape seal is a two part process. The first part of the process involves tar & stone. After the tar & stone has time to settle and harden and the roads have been swept a second application is applied to smooth and seal the surface. Drivers and pedestrians should exercise caution when traveling on roads that have recently received the tar and stone application until loose stone has been swept from the road surface. Once applied the road will be closed to traffic for a few hours to allow for the seal to harden. During this time residents will need to avoid accessing the roads and their driveway. 24-48 hours’ notice will be given to residents prior to any road closures. Once the slurry seal process is completed the road surface will be smooth similar to a typically paving project.
A video demonstrating the application process can be found here –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPvS3n1I8vI
The following roads are tentatively scheduled for improvement starting the week of August 8th and will continue throughout August.
- E. Shore Trail
- Beach Plaza
- Maple Road
- Oak Lane
- W. Shore Trail
Deer Trail Lake
- White Tail Court
- Doe Run
- Buck Haven Trail
- Fox Trail
- Fox Den Lane
- Laurel Drive
- Cub Lane
- Partridge Road
- Alpine Road
- Beech Court
- Dogwood Trail
Carriage Lane off Mountain Road
All scheduled work is subject to change based on weather conditions. The Township will attempt to notify residents of impending road work in order help alleviate any inconvenience. Notifications will be made via the Township website, Hardyston PD facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/hardystonpolice/) and the Swiftreach (registration page http://www.hardyston.com/?s=swift) notification system.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS GRANTS CONSULTING SERVICES
Sealed proposals should be received by Carrine Kaufer, Township Manager of the Township of Hardyston, in the Township Offices located at 149 Wheatsworth Road, Hardyston, NJ 07419 by no later than 4:00 p.m. on July 15, 2022 for the following:
Requests for Proposals from vendors interested in providing Grants Consulting.
Services for the Township of Hardyston over a 12-month period.
Copies of the RFP may be obtained here, by emailing CKAUFER@hardyston.com or in person at the Hardyston Municipal Building, 149 Wheatsworth Road, Hamburg, NJ 07419.
Successful applicants will be required to comply with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 10:5-31, et seq. (N.J.A.C. 17-27) (Equal Employment Opportunity) and N.J.S.A. 52:32-44, et seq. (New Jersey Business Registration) N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.5 (Business Entity Disclosure) and Local Pay to Play Ordinance O-2-87.
All those interested in submitting proposals should review the request for proposals and submit all documentation requested.
The right is reserved to reject any or all proposals if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the Township of Hardyston to do so.
Administrative Offices of the Hardyston Municipal Court now located in Franklin Borough – Effective February 1, 2022 the administrative functions of the municipal court will be located at the Franklin Borough Municipal Building as part of a municipal shared services agreement.
All inquiries regarding court matters including tickets, complaints, court appearances etc. should be directed to the Court Administrator in Franklin by calling (973) 827-9280 x108 or emailing:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Payments should be mailed to:
46 Main Street
Franklin, NJ 07416
Please note that most court appearances are being conducted remotely via Zoom. In the event that you have a case with the Hardyston Court that requires an in-person appearance, your case will be heard at the Hardyston Municipal Building. If you have any questions regarding your court appearance please contact the Court Administrator in Franklin.
COVID-19 RATEPAYER RELIEF MEASURES
NJEDA BOARD APPROVES $10.5 MILLION GRANT PROGRAM FOR SMALL BUSINESSES TO SUPPORT RECOVERY FROM TROPICAL STORMS HENRI AND IDA
Small grants are available to small businesses impacted by tropical storms Henri & Ida. For the full press release visit – https://www.njeda.com/njeda-board-approves-10-5-million-grant-program-for-small-businesses-to-support-recovery-from-tropical-storms-henri-and-ida/. For specific information on the Henri/Ida Business Assistance Grant Program visit – https://www.njeda.com/henri-ida-relief/
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Sussex County Senior Times Newsletter – August edition now available
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SCMUA Leachate Pump Station and Force Main Project
The Leachate Pump Station/Force Main Project includes construction of 30,000 linear feet of HDPE force main to convey leachate from the SCMUA Solid Waste Facility in Lafayette, NJ to the existing SCMUA wastewater transmission system in Franklin, NJ which ultimately is treated at the Upper Wallkill Facility in Hardyston, NJ. The construction contract was awarded to Tomco Construction (“Tomco”) on August 12, 2020 and the Notice to Proceed was issued on September 3, 2020.
To date, site grubbing and silt fence installation (i.e. site preparation and erosion control) has taken place along the full alignment. Between today and the end of 2020, Tomco will complete site preparation and receive material deliveries. Materials will then be transported to intermediate staging areas along the alignment within the easement across from the Sussex County Technical School on Route 94. The installation of the piping is currently scheduled to begin on January 4, 2021 within the easement. The anticipated project completion date is September 3, 2021.
Municipal Building Open – Please be advised that the municipal building will be open daily from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm . The public will be permitted to enter the building . Please adhere to all social distancing guidelines when entering the building and wear a face covering. A drop box is available in the lobby for those that wish to use it. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.