NY Grants $20 Million to Repave Hudson Valley Roads
Gov. Cuomo announced last week that the New York would be allotting $128 million in funds do repave roads across the state that are pothole ridden.
According to a press release, here is where the nearly $20 million of that $128 million will be spent repaving roads in the Hudson Valley. What do you think of the list? Do other roads not on the list need more attention?
The following roads in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster and Sullivan counties have been selected to get this repaving money:
- $600,000 to resurface Route 55 from Route 22 to the Connecticut State line in Dutchess County.
- $1.7 million to resurface two segments of Route 199. The first segment is in the area of Winchell Mountain Road to Schultz Hill Road in the Town of Pine Plains. The second segment is in the area of Stissing Mountain Road to North Road in the Town of Milan, Dutchess County
- $1.8 million to resurface Route 32 from Maple Road to Timber Trail Road in Orange County.
- $700,000 to resurface Route 17A from 8/10 of a mile east of Long Meadow Road to one mile east of Old Tuxedo Road in Orange County.
- $2.8 million to resurface Route 22 from the Westchester County line to Route 6 in Putnam County.
- $2.6 million to resurface Route 59 from East of Crossfield Avenue to West of Route 304 in Rockland County.
- $1.0 million to resurface Route 44 from Route 299 to 1.5 miles west of the Minnewaska State Park Entrance in Ulster County.
- $2.4 million to resurface two segments of Route 9A (Saw Mill River Road). The first segment is from five hundred feet north of the Hastings on Hudson Village Line to Ashford Avenue, and the second segment is from Heatherdell Road to Route 100B. Both locations are in Westchester County
- $2.9 million to resurface Route 137 (Highridge Road) from the Connecticut State Line to Route 121 in the Town of Pound Ridge, Westchester County.
- $1.1 million to resurface Route 139 (Primrose Street) from Route 100 to the Primrose School Driveway in the Town of Somers, Westchester County
- 2.1 million to resurface Route 42 from Orange County Line to Breaky Avenue in Sullivan County.
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