Resident Notification Water Meter Replacement Project

Resident Notification Water Meter Replacement Project

Public Notice of the
Paulsboro Water Meter Replacement Project
                                       February 6, 2018

Dear Residents, Landlords, Business Owners, Churches, Schools, & Non-profits,

Within the next month the Borough of Paulsboro will begin installing and/or replacing all water meters with new water meters.  This is part of an overall process to modernize Paulsboro’s water metering system.  Lenegan Plumbing & Heating, LLC is under contract with the Borough of Paulsboro and will be installing the new meters on behalf of the Borough.  Residents and property owners must provide access for the purpose of inspecting and maintaining water meters and associated equipment.  Failure to do so may result in fines and/or a court appearance (Ordinance § 78-14, as amended).

The contractor will be contacting each resident and business owner individually to schedule the installation.  Their employees will be uniformed and have photo identification with the company name, the employee’s name, title, signature, and employee I.D. number.  The installers will also be in vehicles marked with the company logo and will provide business cards with contact information for customers to call.  The contractor’s employee identification list and list of vehicles will also be on file with the Paulsboro Police Department.

The project, which is funded in part through a grant from USDA, is expected to take approximately 6 months to complete all of the installations.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact Erik K. Biermann, P.E., C.M.E. or David Roché at the Borough Engineer’s office:

Sickels & Associates, Inc.
833 Kings Highway
Woodbury, NJ 08096
(856) 848 – 6800

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding while we work to improve the Borough of Paulsboro.

Cc:       Paulsboro Mayor & Council
Susan Jacobucci, Borough Administrator
Michael Reed, Borough W&S Superintendent
Vernon Marino, Chief of Police
Kathy Van Scoy, Borough Clerk

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