Morris County & Dover to Dedicate Bridge to Late Civil Rights Icon John Robert Lewis

Morris County & Dover dedicate bridge to late civil rights icon John Robert Lewis

When: Wednesday at 10 a.m. May 12, 2021

Where: East Blackwell Street Bridge, at the intersection of South Salem Street and East Blackwell Street, Dover, NJ. (Crossing the bridge is restricted. Roadside parking can be done by approaching the intersection from the east. Set the GPS between 262 and 265 East Blackwell Street, Dover, NJ.)

What: The Morris County Board of County Commissioners, Dover Mayor Carolyn Blackman, Senator Anthony Bucco, and other dignitaries will unveil a plaque commemorating the newly constructed bridge on East Blackwell Street to the late Georgia Congressman and civil rights icon, John Robert Lewis, dedicates.

WHO: Stephen Shaw, Commissioner of the Morris County Board of Directors, Deputy Director Deborah Smith, Commissioner Tayfun Selenium, Mayor of Dover, Carolyn Blackman, Senator Anthony Bucco, Mayor of Denville, Tom Andes, Director of Public Works for Morris County, Chris Vitz, Dover Administrator, John Bennett, and other officials.

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