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Irvington Mayor Tony Vauss Begins to Cure the Pothole Problem

Irvington, NJ, July 23, 2014:  

Mayor Tony Vauss of Irvington has begun to aggressively tackle the pothole problem in Irvington. The Mayor has declared a state of emergency that allows the Township to begin to fix the worse potholes immediately.  In addition, on July 16th, he released a request for bids to vendors to repair the potholes throughout the Township.

“Some of the potholes are the size of craters.  People and vehicles are in danger of being injured or damaged as they try to maneuver the holes in the streets,” said the Mayor.     “We had a tough winter last year that caused a lot of damage to our roads, but it is now time to fix them.  I had hoped something would have been done months ago, but it wasn’t and I am tackling the problem head on in the first month of my administration.”

The Township is planning to use the appropriate materials and equipment to repair the potholes so that they are better able to withstand rain and winter weather.    The repairs should begin in this week.

For additional information please contact: Jamel Holley, Director of Public Works, JamelHolley@irvingtonnj.org or 973-399- 6694.

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