Delaware and Stroud Township Awarded Funds for Multimodal Projects in Monroe and Pike Counties, Says Brown
EAST STROUDSBURG – Rep. Rosemary Brown (R-Monroe/Pike) announced today that Delaware Township, Pike County, and Stroud Township, Monroe County, were awarded funding for their local multimodal projects.

“I am pleased to hear that both of these townships received the vital state funding for their road repairs,” said Brown. “Our roadways take a constant beating between the rain, snow and heavy car and truck traffic. It is crucial that these projects be completed to ensure the safety and well-being of local drivers.”

Stroud Township received $521,616 to replace an existing steel beam stream crossing carrying Mervine Road (T-412) over Cherry Creek.

Delaware Township received $626,897 to grade shoulders; superpave, scratch and leveling; superpave wearing course; aggregate shoulder; prime coat; and line paint the entire length of Doolan Road and a portion of Park Road.

These funds came from the PA Multimodal Transportation Fund.

Representative Rosemary M. Brown
189th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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