Thursday, March 21, 2013
[POLL] Let Patch know which roads you think are the most dangerous in the township.
Although winter should be in all our rear-view mirrors in the next few weeks — hopefully — slippery or not, some roads are always a little bit more dangerous than others. There have been many accidents on John F. Kennedy Parkway, as well as flooding, over the years but so has the Morris Turnpike. Do you tend to aviod either of those roads? Just in the last year, there's been at least three pedestrians hit in downtown Millburn. However, is it more dangerous there or winding through the South Mountian Reservation on Brookside Drive? Let us know in our poll below and comments what you think is the most dangerous in Millburn-Short Hills. Also, share any specific intersections you think are worse than others.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. joins Millburn mayor in ribbon cutting of JFK Parkway and Canoe Brook bridges.
The $1.6 million reconstruction of two bridges on Parsonage Hill Road over JFK Parkway and Canoe Brook were completed at the end of last week. Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. and special guest, Houston Astros Manager and Newark native, Marquis “Bo” Porter, joined Mayor Sandra Haimoff cutting the ribbon over JFK Parkway. "I am just delighted because I no longer have to take 30 minutes to get home I can do back in 5 minutes," Haimoff said, thanking DiVincenzo. "Good job." According to DiVincenzo, the reconstruction of the bridges is part of his ongoing initiative to modern infrastructure and enhance safety on county roads for motorists and pedestrians. “The public relies on our county roads and bridges as avenues to travel to …