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Township Council Buys Goods And Services At June Meetings

Contracts worth more than $3 million in goods and services were approved by the Township Council in June.

The Council authorized contracts totaling $913,281.60 at the June 14 meeting, and $2,274,154.55 at the June 28 meeting.

At the June 14 meeting, the Council approved contracts for:

  • extending a recreation and enrichment program from various vendors, worth $400,000
  • eight land surveyors, worth $25,000 per company
  • new tiles for police showers with Artisan Showcase of Tiles, worth $15,775
  • an electric forklift from Tri Lift NJ, worth $89,261
  • two zero-turn mowers from Power Place, worth $23,098
  • five salt spreaders from Trius Inc., worth $38,164
  • a copier lease for the youth center from Ricoh USA, worth $11,605
  • police duty and practice ammunition from Eagle Point Gun Shop, worth $60,439
  • removing and reinstalling solar panels on Construction Code building roof to Somerset Solar I, worth $74,937.

The Council also approved on second reading a $3 million bonding ordinance for the 2022 road repaving program.

At its June 28 meeting, the Council approved contracts for:

  • water meter installation to Core & Main, worth $1.5 million
  • additional surveillance cameras and wireless networks from Dyntek Services, worth $$45,000
  • resurfacing of DeMott Lane from Riverview Paving, worth $605,494
  • network support/configurations from Starnet Solutions, worth $25,000
  • upgrade of Hamilton Street surveillance cameras from Dyntek Services, worth $37,000



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