Edison to Revamp Sports Courts in Nine Parks by Summer End

Township parks will have upgraded sports courts by mid-summer thanks to Edison.

The township of Edison is set to revamp and improve sports courts at nine parks by the end of summer. The bids for the project, which include repairing cracks and resurfacing the courts, are currently being solicited. Prospective contractors have until April 30 to submit their bids, after which the township council will review them before making a decision. Once awarded, the work is anticipated to be completed within 90 days.

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The sports courts that will be restored as part of this initiative are located at Bernard L. Dwyer Park, Minnie B. Veal/Elder Park, Hale Park, Yelencsics Park, Winter Street Park, Central Avenue Park, Paterniti Park, Thomas Swales Park and North Eighth Avenue tennis courts. The work will entail clearing and grading the area; removing existing features like trees and stumps; pavement removal; crack repairs; installation of new asphalt base and surface courses; pickleball and tennis posts; basketball posts and goals; color surfacing system; line striping as well as other improvements.

The township of Edison is set to revamp and improve sports courts at nine parks by the end of summer. The bids for the project, which include repairing cracks and resurfacing the courts, are currently being solicited. Prospective contractors have until April 30 to submit their bids, after which the township council will review them…

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