Tag: Coleman Avenue
At the first June Chester Borough Council meeting of 1938, Chester Apgar reported that all of Budd Avenue and approximately 200 ft. of Coleman Avenue were widened. A new concrete pipe and catch basin were to be installed along Budd Avenue at both Cherry and Orange Streets. A total of $2,500 had been spent on the road widening project, with $4,000 left to be spent on the remaining widening on Coleman and Fairmount Avenues. Source: Mendham-Chester Tribune
In 1938, the Chester Borough Council met to discuss the Morris County Welfare Board, the widening of Budd and Coleman Avenues, and a blind corner on Rome Leonard’s property. At the time, the Mendham-Chester Tribune reported, no one in Chester received direct relief from Welfare.
In 1938, Chester Apgar reported that Budd Avenue and approximately 200 feet of Coleman Avenue were widened. Later, the remainder of Coleman Avenue and Fairmount Avenue from the Larison home to Dunn and Meserve’s gate also would be widened. Additionally, workers would add a new concrete pipe and catch basin to the intersections of Budd Avenue and Cherry Street, and Budd Avenue and Orange Street. A total of $6500 was spent on these road repair projects, as well as repaving. Source: The Mendham-Chester Tribune