CRESSKILL, N.J. -- Cresskill is seeking a $1.5 million bond to fund the year's paving program, as well as vehicles for the fire department and public works, the Northern Valley Suburbanite has reported.
Of that money, $1.2 million is for paving. Relatedly, the bond would finance an "asphalt hot box," a truck which keeps the material hot and manageable. That vehicle is largely used for patching roads, according to the Northern Valley Suburbanite.
Other new vehicles include a truck with a bucket, for cutting trees, and a command vehicle for the fire department, the Northern Valley Suburbanite reported.There will be a public hearing about the bond ordinance on Wednesday, June 15, at 7:30 p.m. Read the full Northern Valley Suburbanite story here.
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