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File #: 19-1638    Version: 1 Name: Apply and accept grant improve pavement condition on McClellan Street
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 10/17/2019 In control: Engineering
On agenda: 1/8/2020 Final action: 1/8/2020
Title: Dept/ Agency: Engineering Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: To improve pavement conditions in support of large truck traffic on McClellan Street. Entity Name: New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Entity Address: P.O. Box 600, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0600 Grant Amount: $1,267,559.00 Funding Source: FY2019 Local Freight Impact Fund (LFIF) Grant Program Total Project Cost: $0.00 City Contribution: $0.00 Other Funding Source/Amount: $0.00 Grant Period: N/A Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) N/A Additional Information:
Sponsors: John Sharpe James, Eddie Osborne
Attachments: 1. 19-1638 certified resolution.pdf
Title
Dept/ Agency: Engineering
Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending
Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds
Purpose: To improve pavement conditions in support of large truck traffic on McClellan Street.
Entity Name: New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT)
Entity Address: P.O. Box 600, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0600
Grant Amount: $1,267,559.00
Funding Source: FY2019 Local Freight Impact Fund (LFIF) Grant Program
Total Project Cost: $0.00
City Contribution: $0.00
Other Funding Source/Amount: $0.00
Grant Period: N/A
Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS
( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ
( ) Private Sale (X) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) N/A
Additional Information:

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WHEREAS, the New Jersey Department of Transportation's (NJDOT) Local Freight Impact Fund (LFIF) Grant Program provides funding for transportation projects that address the impact of freight travel to local communities and local transportation infrastructures; and

WHEREAS, the City of Newark seeks to obtain funding from FY2020 LFIF Grant Program for improvements to McClellan Street which includes milling and paving 2 1/2" to 3", reconstruction of curbs and ADA ramps, crosswalks, new pavement markings, storm water system cleaning and replacement as needed, replacement of broken or worn water valve boxes, manhole frames and covers, and sidewalks on both sides of the street; and

WHEREAS, the City of Newark desires to further the public interest by obtaining funding from the FY2020 LFIF Grant Program for the McClellan Street Resurfacing Improvements; and

WHEREAS, on October 7, 2019, on behalf of the City of Newark, the Director of the Department of Engineering submitted LFIF-2020-McClellan Street Port Newark Conne-00052 application, electronically, to NJDO...

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