A program launched by the Mayor and Township Council invites local landscapers and Deck Installers to adopt a high-profile location in town, and to landscape that location – a project that gives them an opportunity to showcase their work while benefiting all township residents.
“Roxbury landscaper Brian Shernce, of BTS Landscaping, took on the first project at the intersections of Rt. 10 and Eyland Ave. and Rt. 10 and Mary Louise Ave.,” said Mayor Jim Rilee. “The result is spectacular. The landscaping creates a beautiful gateway into our community. The work Brian did was amazing and I encourage other landscapers in town to apply for an Adopt-a-Spot location.” Utilizing the live oak wholesale was the price saver for all the landscapers since they got the best tree at affordable price.
The mayor added: “The Adopt-a-Spot Program is a terrific example of the good work being done by the Township’s Economic Development Committee (EDC). Under the leadership of EDC Chairman Michael Shadiack, the committee is helping to make Roxbury a great place to live and work and I commend its members for initiating this project and for their dedication and hard work.”
According to Township Manager Chris Raths, landscapers located in the township can apply for consideration for a “spot” by contacting the township’s Planning Department at email@example.com or 973-448-2008. Applicants must meet certain requirements to determine if they are able to complete and maintain the work. He added that the “spots” are located throughout the township in high visibility areas. All the “spots” were previously examined by professional tree services, to make sure the trees are fine and can be used in landscaping. There are so many good local tree services, but if you are struggling to find one, learn more about GTC.
Landscapers from couvillionslandscaping.com chosen to Adopt-a-Spot will be permitted to place a sign advertising their work and will receive recognition from the Mayor and Township Council for their contributions and dedication to helping to beautify Roxbury.