#b#Jughandles To Close#/b#
The state’s pilot program that will close jughandles on Route 1 at Washington Road and Harrison Street will go into effect on Monday, August 6. Signs alerting drivers of traffic pattern changes have been installed, and changes to the intersections will take place at the end of this month, according to the state Department of Transportation.
The pilot program calls for the temporary restriction of left turns and U-turns at Washington Road to northbound traffic. At Harrison Street, left turns and U-turns would be restricted to traffic in the northbound direction.
The program will be made permanent if the state determines that the jughandle closures don’t cause traffic tie ups on other area roads.
Professional Service Solutions Inc., 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 300, Princeton 08540; 609-566-0001; Eric Gilbert, president. www.pssol.com.
Professional Service Solutions has moved from 134 Nassau Street to 103 Carnegie Center.
The firm specializes in senior management services for the medical and pharmaceutical industries. PSS provides consulting for strategies, sales and marketing, corporate development, and data analytics.
Byrne Asset Management LLC, 195 Nassau Street, Suite 12, Princeton 08542; 609-497-1776; fax, 609-497-1770. B. Thomas Byrne, president. www.byrneasset.com.
Byrne Asset Management has moved from 34 Chambers Street to 195 Nassau Street. A registered investment advisor, Byrne is an investment advisory service with more than $110 million of stock and bond assets under management.
Lee Hecht Harrison (ADO), 989 Lenox Drive, Princeton Pike I, Suite 150, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-896-2122; fax, 609-896-3867. www.lhh.com.
Amy Raditz, formerly lead consultant at human resources consulting firm Drake Beam Morin, has moved to Lee Hecht Harrison as a senior consultant.
Last year the Adecco Group, parent company of Lee Hecht Harrison, acquired Drake Beam Morin, which recently closed its office at 212 Carnegie Center, Suite 202.
Kathleen A. Russo on July 10. She was a supervisor for the College of New Jersey Sodexho Marriott Services.
David E. Collier, 83, on July 10. He taught Introductory and Cultural Geography at Mercer County College.
Joan Ann Rafalski Gretton, 74, on July 9. She was retired from the state Department of Environmental Protection.
James A. Waldron Jr., 60, on July 12. He served as an assistant Mercer County Prosecutor and practiced law as a partner with the firms of Backes Waldron & Hill and Harbourte Kelly McTigue & Waldron.
Raymond J. Blicharz, 83, on July 10. He retired in 1985 after 36 years as a supervisor and personnel officer for the state Department of Human Services in Trenton.
Lou Ann Litton, 77, on July 9. She worked at Educational Testing Service, and the Mercer County Court House.