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Freehold Township officials award contract for road improvements

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP – A $1.45 million contract has been awarded by the Township Committee for Freehold Township’s pavement program.

On March 23, committee members awarded the contract to S&G Paving Inc. for the 2021 pavement overlay program. S&G Paving was the lowest bidder, according to a resolution.

According to the resolution, other bids were submitted by Fiore Paving Company Inc. ($1.89 million); L&L Paving Company Inc. ($1.7 million); Capital Paving & Contracting, LLC, ($1.63 million); Fernandes Construction Inc. ($1.62 million); Esposito Construction ($1.62 million); Black Rock Enterprises, LLC, ($1.59 million); Lucas Brothers Inc. ($1.58 million); S. Brothers Inc. ($1.56 million); Earle Asphalt Company ($1.54 million); Meco Inc. ($1.51 million); and P&A Construction Inc. ($1.47 million).

In other business, committee members authorized a shared services agreement with Mantoloking, Ocean County, for information technology services. Through the agreement, Freehold Township will provide IT services to Mantoloking.

Committee members also authorized contracts for sports camp director services. Contracts not to exceed $12,000 were awarded to Todd Briggs (spring track and field; summer track and field; fall track and field; cross country camp); and to Brian Golub (Sharp Shooters basketball; Patriot Shooters basketball).

A contract not to exceed $8,000 was awarded to John Sciarappa (Patriot Pride basketball) and a contract not to exceed $3,000 was awarded to Sciarappa (pre-season basketball clinic).

And, municipal officials awarded a one-year contract not to exceed $30,000 for automobile collision repairs for the Department of Public Works garage. The contract was awarded to Branning Auto Body.

Finally, the committee awarded two contracts totaling $55,104 for the purchase of a 2021 Jeep Cherokee Latitude and a 2021 Ford Explorer. The Ford was purchased from Beyer Ford, Morristown, for $30,008. The Jeep was purchased from Beyer Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, Morristown, for $25,096.

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