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Middle Township businesses hope parkway project has more positive than negative impact

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Dale Gerhard

Susan Lin and her husband, Norman, own the Hyland Motor Inn on Mechanic Street along the Garden State Parkway in Cape May Court House. The Lins hope the added access road being constructed in front of their motel connecting Mechanic Street with Stone Harbor Boulevard will bring more business to their inn.

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Susan Lin could only watch as heavy machinery sliced down trees on the edge of her property, clearing the way for a project that will also cut off access between her motel and the Garden State Parkway.

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Dale Gerhard

Susan Lin and her husband, Norman, own the Hyland Motor Inn on Mechanic Street along the Garden State Parkway in Cape May Court House. The Lins hope the added access road being constructed in front of their motel connecting Mechanic Street with Stone Harbor Boulevard will bring more business to their inn.