Over $36K to go towards overhaul of Hoboken’s ‘yellow brick road’
HOBOKEN — It’s the city’s own real-life “yellow brick road.”
According to a city resolution, more than $36,000 is going towards the first phase of historic Castle Point Terrace’s revitalization. Although the rickety road does show signs of aging, it isn’t known for being well-traveled.
According to city officials, a study is now being made on how much the project will cost overall. Road construction is all too common to area neighbors. And with the terrace being lined with parked cars, parking on nearby streets might be a struggle.
Authorities on the project haven’t announced when the reconstruction will start or how long it will take place. But what the construction’s proposal does promise that the yellow bricks will remain.
Residents are welcome to attend a public meeting on the project set for Nov. 28 at 6 p.m. in city hall.
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