Jackson To Get Millions For Infrastructure, Including New Traffic Light, Traffic Circle, And Bridge

Jackson Township is set to receive millions of dollars from Ocean County for various infrastructure improvements. The Ocean County Board of Commissioners is expected to approve ordinances on Wednesday that will appropriate a total of $9 million to Jackson, and approve millions more in bonds to finance the projects in Jackson.

One project being funded by Ocean County is a new traffic circle that will be installed at the intersection of North Hope Chapel Road and New Central Avenue. For this project, the County will appropriate $4 million to it, and issue another $3.8 million in bonds to help finance it.

Another are the installation of a new traffic signal at Whitesville and South Hope Chapel, for which the County will appropriate $1.5 million.

Lastly, the County is set to approve the reconstruction of Brewers Bridge and appropriate $3.5 million to the project, along with another $1.7 million in bonds to help finance it.

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