Turnpike Authority Meets With Evergreen Woods Condo Board Over Parkway Noise

In the ongoing dispute between residents of the Evergreen Woods condominium development and the New Jersey Turnpike Authority over noise pollution and the removal of trees as a result of the Garden State Parkway shoulder widening project in Brick, it appears there are some glimmers of hope for relief after a years-long stalemate.     Read the article………….


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