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Town Completes Busy Road Paving Season

October 14, 2015
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Town Completes Busy Road Paving Season

North Hempstead, NY – North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth recently announced that the Town’s Highway Department recently completed full-scale roadway resurfacing projects during which more than 50,000 linear feet of Town roads were repaved.

“Having safe and newly resurfaced roads is a top priority of our administration and we include road resurfacing each year in our capital plan,” Supervisor Bosworth said. “I thank our Highway Department for getting the job done for the residents of the Town of North Hempstead.”

Large-scale roadway repaving projects took place in Roslyn, Roslyn Heights, Albertson, Port Washington, Great Neck, New Hyde Park, Garden City Park and Manhasset.

According to the Town’s Highway Department, there are several different ways that particular roads are chosen for resurfacing each year. One way is through a list generated annually by the area foreman prioritizing roadways that require resurfacing. Another means of generating a to-do list is through feedback from 311 service requests and through the Town Council via constituent requests.

If you have any questions about road paving projects or need information on anything else in the Town of North Hempstead please call 311 or 516-869-6311.

From left, Supervisor Bosworth, Highway Superintendent Tom Tiernan, Councilman Zuckerman, civic leader Heather Schwartz, Frank Catapano and Joe Furino.


Ryan Miller, Michael Coloma, Highway Superintendent Tom Tiernan, Councilwoman Kaplan, Supervisor Bosworth, former Civic Leader Jim Cunningham, Glen Monziove, and Scott Bosworth, as they stand on a newly paved road on Country Club Drive, a road that Cunningham worked with Councilwoman Kaplan’s office to get resurfaced this year.

Mark Lavenziano, Bruno Ianarelli, Bill Gallo, Councilman Ferrara, Supervisor Bosworth, Sean Smith, Craig T. Bates, and Mike Riccardo, at the corner of Central Avenue and 5th Street near Garden City Park School.

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