186 North Main Street
Milltown, NJ 08850

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New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 9 After toll plaza follows signs for Route 18 North to Route 1 South. Take Route 1 South to Milltown Road South. Milltown Road turns into North Main Street. Once you pass the Gulf gas station, go through the traffic light and Local 195 will be the second building on your right hand side.

Garden State Parkway to New Jersey Turnpike. Take Exit 9 off the NJ Turnpike. After toll plaza follow signs for Route 18 North to Route 1 South. Take Route 1 South to Milltown Road South. Milltown Road turns into North Main Street. Once you pass the Gulfgas station, go through the traffic light and Local 195 will be the second building on your right hand side.

Route 1 North to Milltown Road/Carolier Lane Exit ramp. Stop at traffic light. Processed straight ahead to Carolier Lane (follow around past the Carolier Lane Bowling Alley). At next traffic light turn right onto Milltown Road. Milltown Road turns into North Main Street. Once you pass the Gulfgas station, go through the traffic light and Local 195 will be the second building on your right hand side.

Route 1 South to Milltown Road South ramp. Cross over Route 1 and proceed on Milltown Road. Milltown Road turns into North Main Street. Once you pass the Gulf gas station, go through the traffic light and Local 195 will be the second building on your right hand side.

Route 18 to Milltown Road. Milltown Road will turn into Main Street then North Main Street. Continue on Milltown Road (long winding road). There will be a Hess gas station at the corner of Main Street and Washington Road. Continue in the right hand lane and proceed to 186 North Main Street. (You will pass a Delta gas station on your right hand side, two funeral homes and dentist on your left hand side) Local 195 is next to the dental office.

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