The Eatontown Council gave its borough engineer, David Marks, the OK to prepare for the borough's 2013 road program.
Marks, of T&M Associates, prepared an engineering proposal for the scope of the work and the council approved it for $33,100.
"We're quickly wrapping up the last few streets in our 2012 paving program with L&L Paving," Marks said. "We were able to, due to some unforeseen savings, be able to get a little extra work done and we were able to pave Musket Lane as well as portions of Wall Street."
Marks said he has now prepared a plan for the 2013 road program which will include the repaving of; Hampton Road from Woodmere Drive to the cul-de-sac, First Avenue from Watson Place to Main Street, Locust Avenue, the cul-de-sac on Copperfield Court, Ryers Place from Grant Avenue to Elm Place, Weston Place from Brentwood Road to the cul-de-sac and Winthrop Lane from White Street to the cul-de-sac.
"If there's anything left as we get tighter and better estimates on the dollars, we would then look to try and add other things into it," Marks said.
The project would total between $410,000 to $440,000, Marks said.
"It's possible that some minor work, weather permitting, could be done before the winter shutdown," Marks said. "If not, you can just hold the contract over until the spring and you can hit the ground running."