Jackson Township Mayor Michael Reina Presents List of Road Paving Projects

During the March 26 meeting, Jackson Township Mayor Michael Reina presented a list of Road paving projects.

“These projects are vital to our residents and to the safety of all,” Reina said. “These roads have been identified through our roadway grading system which helps us identify our municipal roadways that need repair. On a broader note the Township has also been working with County officials on upgrading some of the County roads in the near future.”

Council President Jennifer Kuhn thanked the administration and said, “Jackson Township is moving in the right direction and this is great news for everyone. It is important not only to continue adding services for our community, but to continue maintaining and upgrading our existing services and infrastructure.”

Councilman Burnstein thanked the Administration for their work in identifying roads in need of improvement.

The following roadways will be paved and upgraded under this project:

Highland Drive

Declaration Lane

Spruce Terrace

Sapphire Drive

East Pleasant Grove Road

Daniel Court

Albert Court

West Fish Road

Sunnybrook Road

Ollie Burke Road

Crescent Avenue

Paul Road

Tilford Street

DeRose Lane

Brewers Bridge Road (striping)

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  1. When informed on Monday that Jackson Mayor, Michael Reina, during a March 26 meeting, presented a list of road paving projects for Jackson Township, Lakewood Mayor, Ray Coles told repoters:
    “So? What’s the big deal? I’d like to see Mr. Reina follow my lead, and take road project suggestions from HIS constituents on the TLS website! Now, THAT would be impressive!”
    When informed of Mr. Cole’s comments, Mr. Reina, and just about every other NJ mayor, released statements on Monday, informing the public that they would like to use TLS as a forum for road project suggestions.
    “Not so fast,” said a TLS editor, who spoke to reporters on condition of anonymity, “TLS doesn’t have enough room on its website to accomodate the entire population of NJ!”
    “Perhaps it would be a good idea if someone out there would create a new suggestion website for NJ road projects,” the TLS editor said. “But I’m sorry, TLS can not, and will not, handle that kind of volume.”

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