Township repaving eight roads this summer: which one are you most anxious to ride on?
Warren Township has embarked on a busy road rebuilding season this summer, with eight roads slated for repairs. King George Road was first up—and if you haven't been on the road in a while, take a drive and enjoy the new, smooth surface from Ferguson to Mt. Horeb roads. There's bound to be a favorite on the list—perhaps a road you drive to get to your favorite stores, or to visit a friend. Whatever it might be, tell us which road you're most anxious to see fixed. Are there roads the township isn't addressing this year you think should be fixed? Take our poll, and add your comments in the space below.
King George Road first up for repairs.
Driving on King George Road in the area of Ferguson Road is a rough ride—but a project to rebuilt the road starting around July 9 will return the drive to smooth sailing. The project is one of about eight road projects the Township Committee approved for the summer, and according to Township Administrator Mark Krane, the projects cover much longer sections of road than the township has generally undertaken in the past. "We're taking an aggressive role here, which we need to do," Township Committeeman Gary DiNardo said at the June 21 committee meeting. The summer road work will start on King George and end on Old Stirling Road, as the township undertakes two separate projects covering nearly a mile of the road. Part of the project will be …