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HC Streets to be Improved in 2014

Four streets in Harvey Cedars that were damaged during Superstorm Sandy will be repaired according to a resolution which the Commissioners adopted last week. The streets are: E 84th Street, E Passaic Ave, Cox Ave and Holly Ave. The repairs will cost less than $36,000 so the Borough is not required to put the repairs out for bid. Borough Clerk Daina Dale said HC received and accepted a quote for $35,000 from All-Surface Asphalt Paving of Point Pleasant.

The road damage is mostly from erosion so “This was not the type of job where we’re resurfacing the street, which is a lot more expensive,” said Dale.

As the repairs are mostly Sandy-related, the borough expects to be refunded the repair costs by FEMA, according to Mayor Jon Oldham. “There is a lot of sediment that is clogging the drains. We expect the work to be done in the spring.”


2 Responses to “HC Streets to be Improved in 2014”
  1. Joel says:

    Since Holly and Cox off of Essex are being re-done, I think there are the same issues on the parallel streets off Essex, Olsen and Fives. Any info on them?

  2. hcta says:

    Sorry no further info Joel. MAybe Public Works has an update, but we are not aware of anything else at this point.


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