Dump Trucks, Police Radio Systems Upgrade Among Items Purchased By Township Council

Among the goods and services purchased were:

  • $36,700 for shade trees for Middlebush Park from Northern Nurseries of Somerset. The cost is for the trees only, the township’s Department of Public Works will plant them.
  • $73,742.58 for two 2017 10-foot Stainless Steel Dump Bodies, $36,871.29 each. The bodies will be installed on:
  • Two 2018 Model SD 108 Freightliner Cab and Chassis, $96,960.75 each, from Campbell Freightliner of South Brunswick.
  • Two tarps for 2017 Stainless Steel Dump Bodies from Greelco Inc. of Newark, $2,200 each.
  • One Swenson spreader for the Freightliner from Greelco of Newark for $25,717.01.
  • Two New Mason Dumps with Back Packs, $48,832 each, from Winner Ford of Cherry Hill.
  • A $851,7000 contract to repaint and rehabilitate the Vliet Road Water Storage Tanks to Allied Painting of Cherry Hill.
  • An $80,000 contract to replace carpeting and tile in areas of the municipal building ($30,000), the social services department ($20,000) and the police department ($30,000) to The Gillespie Group of Dayton.
  • A $685,704.20 contract to Motorola of Bordentown to upgrade the police departments radio system and 9-1-1 call system.
  • A $114,008 contract to Eventide of Little Ferry for an upgrade to the police department’s IP logging system.
  • A $172,708.55 contract to RubbeRecycle of Lakewood for rubber playground surfacing for Naaman Williams Park.
  • A $204,691.92 contract to MRC of Spring Lake for playground systems for Naaman Williams Park.
  • Two 2017 steel plows from Greelco of Newark, $15,285.70 each.
  • A $74,809 contract to In Line Air Conditioning Company of Bayonne to replace three of the 10 air conditioning units in the township Senior Center.

All purchases were included in the current year’s budget.


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