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Saw Mill River Road (Ardsley delayed till November 12)
During the summer of 2018 thirty six interns, working with Town Clerk Judith Beville, Town Attorney Tim Lewis and I, organized a lobbying effort to persuade NYS to repave some of the state roads in the town. They met with our State Senator, Andrea Stewart Cousins, Assemblyman Tom Abiinanti and the regional leadership of the New York State Department of Transportation. The student interns pushed for the repaving of Hillside Ave and Saw Mill River Road in Ardsley, among other roads. These are only some of the state roads in bad shape. There are others. The students organized on line petitions and also waged a letter writing campaign.
Good news: the first NYS road in Greenburgh to be repaved in at least a few years will be Hillside Ave. Work to start this Sunday. Saw Mill River Road in Ardsley –that road will be repaved beginning November 12th. The state had originally planned to start that road repaving project earlier but there were some delays. But—they are committed to do the work. We hope that after the state completes work on these roads that they will address other roads within Greenburgh and the villages that they own that also need repaving.
The staff of the NYS DOT is working very hard on this project. They have been communicating with town officials. They have a good team of dedicated employees working on this –and we’re pleased.
Nightwork is to begin Sunday 10/27/19, work will be Sunday-Thursday 9pm-6am.
The ADA work will begin as well as the shoulder work at the Virginia road apts. On Halloween night, contractor’s operations will NOT begin until 10pm.
One lane will always be open, alternating traffic with flaggers will be utilized.
All work is weather dependent and will shift accordingly.
Nightwork: Sunday-Thursday 9pm-6am.
The ADA work will continue as well as the shoulder work at the Virginia road apts
Milling & Paving scheduled to begin 11/10/19.