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Developing Rt 206 story: Republicans show up in force to protect residents from State 206 project debacle
Mayor Lipani and Committeeman Jim Ruh joined Congressman Tom Kean Jr. met at Route 206 to discuss the challenges positioned on the Township due to the State shutting down the project early without having a back-up plan in place.
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The heat is on after Mayor Lipani invited Congressman Tom Kean Jr. Prior to the Kean visit, the New Jersey DOT felt the pressure from your Republican leadership team as the DOT specifically responded to Deputy Mayor Britting, through the press, after he openly challenged the State for shutting the project down prematurely.
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Route 206: Hillsborough Republican Township Leadership spark a movement to support small businesses impacted by the 206 Road project halt
Hillsborough Republicans never back down. Your leadership team is motivated to do whatever it takes to make sure Hillsborough is protected. Your Republican leadership, through the Township Administration and Business office, launched a petition for all businesses along 206 to sign and then to send to the State highlighting the negative impact poor planning at the State level is having on Hillsborough.
When the project was first halted Mayor Lipani stated, "We're disappointed" while he read the letter to the public that was received from the State. The Mayor represented the entire team point-of-view when he projected his frustration.
As for the petition launched this past week, your leadership maintained their focus on supporting the businesses impacted by the State decision to halt the project. "The whole idea (for the petition) is to support the businesses that have been pushed off to the side by the state delaying this project," said Deputy Mayor Bob Britting. "They've put the entire town at a standstill on the most widely-used road between Bridgewater and Princeton, and we don't have any power to fix it." he added. "What the DOT has done is given everybody a sense that the state just doesn't care; you can see it all over social media," Britting said.
Don't you think... The State leadership should be more like your Hillsborough Republican team, who plans effectively with a long-term mindset and put residents first.
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