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Old 07-03-2007, 01:51 AM
 
Location: Metropolis
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Well, we are almost there, just a little more than a week we will all drive across the country to our new home in Hillsborough. Great house and I hear great things about the schools. The one thing however I have had trouble finding is a newcomer guide. I need to know all the utility companies etc. Oh, and if anyone nows the best thin crust pizza place in town please give a heads up. I grew up in Yardley, PA and Hillsborough is not to far but not to close to family if you know what I mean. I was looking into Lawrenceville before but heard bad things about the schools etc. Any input would be appreciated.
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Old 07-03-2007, 01:44 PM
 
Location: Martinsville, NJ
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The best thin crust Pizza in Central NJ is at the Chimney Rock Inn on Thompson Ave. in Martinsville. Some my disagree but the huge parking lot is full by 5:30 most days.

You should have bought in Martinsville.
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Old 07-03-2007, 04:22 PM
 
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The best thin crust Pizza in Central NJ is at the Chimney Rock Inn on Thompson Ave. in Martinsville. Some my disagree but the huge parking lot is full by 5:30 most days.

You should have bought in Martinsville.
+1 on Chimney Rock. We drive all the way from Sussex Cnty. for their pizza.
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Old 07-05-2007, 07:40 PM
 
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I spoke with friends from Hillsborough. Your electric and gas will be thru PSE & G (public service electric & gas) Somerset County. You are responsible for your own garbage pick up and most people use Raritan Valley Garbage, 2nd co. is Grand ?garbage?You will probably see trucks picking up in your neigborhood and can grab a phone # off it. water is thru Elizabethtown Water. Thin crust pizza nearby they mentioned Kalamata's pizza, DeLuca's in Raritan or Conti's in Princeton. Maybe they don't know of Chimney Rock Inn.

GOOD LUCK AND WELCOME!
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Old 05-29-2008, 07:10 AM
 
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Default Planning on moving to Hillsborough, NJ

Hello,

I am planning on moving to Hillsborough, NJ and My commute from 287 N to 80 W .

I am planning on buying a new construction home by toll brothers and to get to 287 i have to follow this road:

[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]1[/URL].Head northeast on Peak Ln toward Rowland Dr
[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]2[/URL].Turn right at Rowland Dr
[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]3[/URL].Turn left at Frey Rd
[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]4[/URL].Turn left at Beekman Ln
[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]5[/URL].Turn right at CR-625/River Rd Continue to follow CR-625

[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]6[/URL].Slight right at 1st Ave/CR-567
[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]7[/URL].Turn right at US-202 N
[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]8[/URL].Merge onto I-287 N via the ramp on the left to I-78/Morristown/Netcong

[URL="http://javascript<b></b>:void(0)"]9[/URL].Take exit 41B to merge onto I-80 W toward Del Water Gap


How bad the traffic will be?
I will be leaving around 6:30 in the morning and coming back around 4

Whoever knows about this,please let me know.
Thanks!
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Old 05-29-2008, 07:11 AM
 
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Default Planning on moving to Hillsborough, NJ

Hello,

I am planning on moving to Hillsborough, NJ and My commute from 287 N to 80 W .

I am planning on buying a new construction home by toll brothers and to get to 287 i have to follow this road:

Head northeast on Peak Ln toward Rowland Dr
Turn right at Rowland Dr
Turn left at Frey Rd
Turn left at Beekman Ln
Turn right at CR-625/River Rd Continue to follow CR-625
Slight right at 1st Ave/CR-567
Turn right at US-202 N
Merge onto I-287 N via the ramp on the left to I-78/Morristown/Netcong
Take exit 41B to merge onto I-80 W toward Del Water Gap


How bad the traffic will be?
I will be leaving around 6:30 in the morning and coming back around 4

Whoever knows about this,please let me know.
Thanks!
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Old 05-29-2008, 07:12 AM
 
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Default Planning on moving to Hillsborough, NJ -Traffic on 287N

Hello,

I am planning on moving to Hillsborough, NJ and My commute from 287 N to 80 W .

I am planning on buying a new construction home by toll brothers and to get to 287 i have to follow this road:

Head northeast on Peak Ln toward Rowland Dr
Turn right at Rowland Dr
Turn left at Frey Rd
Turn left at Beekman Ln
Turn right at CR-625/River Rd Continue to follow CR-625
Slight right at 1st Ave/CR-567
Turn right at US-202 N
Merge onto I-287 N via the ramp on the left to I-78/Morristown/Netcong
Take exit 41B to merge onto I-80 W toward Del Water Gap


How bad the traffic will be?
I will be leaving around 6:30 in the morning and coming back around 4

Whoever knows about this,please let me know.
Thanks!
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