The Third Street improvements in Fair Haven began today with no reported issues.
The improvements are being done in accordance with the NJ Safe Routes to School program.
The Borough Administrator Theresa Casagrande circulated the following as an informational alert to residents:
“Residents in the targeted project area have already been notified. A sign board has also been placed on Third Street notifying all residents who travel along that route and project drawings are available on the borough’s website.
Residents are advised that a police officer will be onsite at all times during the Third Street project. Most importantly, there will be an ongoing police presence to assure that all children have safe passage on their route to school.
Please try to avoid driving in the area if possible and be advised that vehicular traffic may be redirected …”