Zwicker and Freiman presented $1 million in funding for Readington’s Department of Public Works during the FY 2024 budget season.
Readington, NJ — On Thursday afternoon, Senator Andrew Zwicker and Assemblyman Roy Freiman presented $1 million to the Readington Department of Public Works. The funding, which Senator Zwicker and Assemblyman Freiman secured during the Fiscal Year 2024 budget, will be used by the Department of Public Works Facility to improve equipment, infrastructure, and maintenance, a much-needed investment in the Readington Township community.
[Pictured, left to right: Deputy Mayor Adam Mueller, Mayor Juergen Huelsebusch, DPW Director Ron Christy, Jr., Senator Andrew Zwicker, Assemblyman Roy Freiman, Township Administrator Richard Sheola, and DPW Supervisor Joe Lucash.]
“I am proud to deliver this critical funding to the Readington Township Department of Public Works. From maintaining public roads and traffic signs, to pothole patching and street sweeping, this money will go directly into bettering the day-to-day operations of Readington Township, thereby improving the day-to-day lives of Readington residents,” said Senator Andrew Zwicker.
“Not everyone gets excited by securing funding for sewer distribution lines. Fortunately, public servants do. And I am proud to have worked with leaders in Readington Township to have secured this funding for the Department of Public Works,” said Assemblyman Roy Freiman.