Traffic changes eyed for area of joint base
A study will urge action to ease volume on residential streets and aid access to businesses hurt by security steps after 9/11. Ten years ago, a steady stream of cars passed Tom Harper's service station in Wrightstown, especially during the summer, when vacationers headed to the Jersey Shore.
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#1 Sep 8, 2011
I am so pleased that someone saw the future where it concerns the traffic in Wrightstown. Now only if Pemberton will do the same. We need more traffic lights and more police for this area. Go Wrightstown.
#2 Sep 8, 2011
I am so pleased that Wrightowns is getting ahead with the times. Tearing down the old bldgs for the future of Wrightown is the best thing that was done for the town. New businesses new money, that is the name of the game now a days. However there is still the friendly side of Wrightstown that is still alive and doing well. Thanks Mr. Harper for going one step ahead of the times.
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