Construction Expert On Site Plan

The Andover Township, NJ, Land Use Board continues to hear testimony on the proposed site plan for the paving stone plant near the Limecrest Quarry.  The proposed paving stone plant would be constructed in two phases, with the first phase starting soon after the application’s approval from the Land Use Board, according to the plant’s consultant.   Robert Toedter, a Cambridge construction and operations expert, said the second phase, which includes a second production line, would be constructed in about three years.

Members of the public especially had questions for the traffic expert, since the plant plans to have approximately 240 trucks enter and leave each day. This total includes about 85 to 90 trucks crossing the street from the Limecrest Quarry, where no less than 75 percent of quarry will come from.

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