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Monday PSE&G Underground Manholes and Pipe Installation on South Broad , Hudson and E. Ridgewood Ave

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PSEG – CONSTRUCTION NOTICE UPDATE JANUARY 21, 2017

Updated: January 19, 2017

PSE&G ELECTRIC RELIABILITY INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE
UTILITY UNDERGROUND INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE

WORK SCHEDULE UPDATE: January 23, 2017 – January 27, 2017 VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD

January 23, 2017 – January 27, 2017

Underground Manholes & Pipe Installation

South Broad Street

(Hudson Street & E. Ridgewood Avenue)

Road or Lane Closures

(7:00am – 5:00 pm)

Monday- Friday

Ridgewood NJ, As part of our electric reliability improvements in Bergen County, PSE&G will be performing utility underground work in the Village of Ridgewood. As of mid-January 2017, PSE&G will beperforming the following activities in your area:

Excluding inclement weather delays, PSE&G anticipates working Monday –Friday, (7:00am – 5:00pm)

Safety is our primary concern. PSE&G will work with the Ridgewood Police Department to minimize any traffic concerns or inconveniences to the public. Please be advised that Ridgewood Police Department may close additional spaces to ensure public safety. In addition, during construction, please refrain from going near our construction work zones.

The upgrades will enhance your electric capacity, system redundancy, and service reliability within the Village of Ridgewood, as well as surrounding communities. If you have questions or concerns, please call our toll free number at 1-877-678-5784

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Parked Ridgewood Police Cruiser Struck on South Broad

Parked Ridgewood Police Cruiser Struck on South Broad
photo courtesy of Boyd Loving
Parked Ridgewood Police Cruiser Struck on South Broad
October 26,2015
the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Ridgewood NJ, An adult female driver of a Ford Escape lost control of her vehicle after making a right turn and crashed head on into an unoccupied marked Ridgewood police cruiser shortly after 7:30 PM on Sunday, 10/25.
There were no injuries in the crash, which occurred in front of 26 South Broad Street, Ridgewood, but both vehicles sustained heavy front end damage and had to be removed from the scene by separate flatbed tow trucks. Ridgewood FD personnel were called to contain a crash related fluid leak.
Witnesses to the crash reported that the Escape was traveling at a high rate of speed and had just passed another vehicle moments before the crash occurred, but no summonses were issued at the scene. The driver and her passenger were observed sitting at an outdoor cafe as the crash was being investigated. The police car was parked at the location because officers were investigating the sudden death of a resident in a nearby apartment building.