Government Transportation

Wrightstown Approves Repaving Contract

The road work will take place this year.

Officials looking at road conditions recently. Credit: Wrightstown Township

Wrightstown Township will be repaving one of its roadways in the coming months.

The Wrightstown Township Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday to award a $33,500 contract for the repair and repaving of Park Avenue, which links Township Line Road with Durham Road (Route 413).

The contract was awarded to Associated Paving Contractors Inc., of Warminster Township.

Another bidder for the work narrowly missed the contract by coming in just $450 more, officials said.

Supervisors Chester Pogonowski, Jane Magne, and Rob Lloyd, along with Interim Public Works Foreman Dave James, recently conducted a tour to look at roadways in the municipality as they will consider future work.

Unrelated to the township project, PennDOT is currently repaving Worthington Mill Road and Second Street Pike in Wrightstown and Northampton townships as part of their yearly regional repair projects.

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