NJ Town Superintendent Discusses Funding for Paving and Sidewalk Upgrades

posted Mar 12, 2018, 8:23 AM by North Judson-Wayne Township Public Library
Posted on March 12, 2018
Author Jacque Ryan, WKVI 

North Judson Town Superintendent Marshall Horstmann told council members that the town was recently awarded $158,160 in Federal Highway Administration funds for phase three of their ADA compliance project.

At their meeting last Monday, he mentioned since planning and engineering costs haven’t been factored in yet, that won’t even be the complete amount awarded. He also told members that with all three phases of the ADA compliance projects, the town has been awarded a total of $406,360 so far.

Though phase three won’t be tackled until 2022, Horstmann has been diligent in providing the plans to council members for their review and submitting them to the necessary state organizations in a timely manner.

Horstmann added that due to Community Crossings Grant funding they have an additional $125,094.75 for paving.

He said if you combine the Community Crossings Grant funds with the money they’ve been awarded through the ADA compliance projects, the town has a total of $531,454.75 to spend for paving and sidewalk upgrades. Horstmann said while that may not seem like much to some communities, it really it will do a lot of good in North Judson.