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Curbside Pick-Up, Proposed Shared Court Top Local News

Township will also look into ways to be better prepared for future storms.

Curbside Brush Pick-Up to Begin Monday

The township has hired seven different contractors who will be assigned to streets around Bridgewater for picking up brush and other debris that fell during Superstorm Sandy, hitting each street only once.

Shared Court Proposed to Cut Costs

Bridgewater Mayor Dan Hayes and Somerville Mayor Brian Gallagher have put together a proposal for shared court services, which will reduce Bridgewater’s court costs by about $47,000.

JCP&L Planning Public Meetings

JCP&L is looking at holding three meetings, one with Bridgewater officials, one with members of the Facebook group that was created concerning problems found with the company during the storm and a third for the public as a whole.

Bridgewater Field Hockey Suffers Familiar Defeat

The high school field hockey team had a very successful season, despite falling short for the eighth year in a row in the recent group finals.

Storm Was Eye-Opener, Council President Says

Council president Allen Kurdyla said Superstorm Sandy hit harder than was expected, and they need to reevaluate their communication and other efforts for the future.

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