Council awards contract for road work


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The Township Council has awarded a $233,413 contract to a Farmingdale company to resurface a section of Princeton Pike, between Fackler and Lewisville roads in Lawrence Township.

Earle Asphalt Co. was the lowest responsible bidder for the mill and overlay project, which calls for removing the top layer of asphalt and putting down a new coat of asphalt. Work is expected to begin in August, municipal officials said.

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Earle Asphalt’s bid of $233,413 was lower than the municipal engineer’s estimate of $300,273. The next lowest bid was $297,452, submitted by Meco Inc.

Black Rock Enterprises offered a bid of $307,772, and Schifano Construction put in a bid of $309,295. The highest bid was submitted by Top Line Construction, at $317,635.


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