New Access Road in Suffern for Emergency Vehicles

According to a report released by the Journal News a new road will be built over the railroad tracks in the Village of Suffern, between Orange Avenue and Dunnery Court, specifically for better access for emergency vehicles. According to Suffern Police Chief Clarke Osborn the road will be locked at all times and the village would inform New Jersey Transit to stop trains during emergency use of the pathway. Mayor Tricia Abato stated to the Journal News that most of the work is finished and now that Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee has signed off on the $250,000 state funding, the project is expected to be finished by Spring 2015.

Snow Closings Updated Regularly

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