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Town Planning Road Improvement Project in Seaford

Storm water drain and road improvement project scheduled to begin this month on Bryant Drive, York Court, Adams Court, Harvard Lane and Irene Lane.

The Town of Hempstead is scheduled to conduct a storm water drain and road improvement project in Seaford starting this month.

The project will encompass Bryant Drive, York Court, Adams Court, Harvard Lane and Irene Lane in Seaford. The planned work includes the construction of new curbs, driveway aprons, installation of pedestrian access ramps at all intersections, new asphalt pavement and the restoration of disturbed grass areas.

Hempstead officials said the project is scheduled to begin in August and be completed by the end of October.

Ozone Park Native August 03, 2012 at 10:16 AM
Do you know if this is the only street locations that they are planning on revamping? Wondering if they'll be doing any others in Seaford?
luvmykids August 03, 2012 at 01:10 PM
hopefully they are doing other streets as well..I've been writing/calling for 8 years now because our street is in such bad shape.
Seaford Dad August 21, 2012 at 02:00 PM
This project hasn't started yet. No surprise. Weve been told for the past 3 years we were getting new roads. Does anyone know how to find out the schedule? When you call the TOH , the answer is soon. Patch Staff - can you get us more information?? Was this project delayed again???
Chris Wendt August 21, 2012 at 02:42 PM
Seaford: You need to wonder why, oh why, the Town of Hempstead, which is responsible for ROADS in Seaford is NOT building the Harbor School Access Road... ...and, why, oh why, is the Seaford SCHOOL District, which is NOT responsible for building ROADS in the Town of Hempstead, considering building the Harbor School Access Road? If this road is so desperately needed, then why are you folks not down at Town Hall pressuring them to build it for you? I mean, instead of trying to put it on the backs of Seaford SCHOOL District taxpayers? If Seaford SCHOOL District bonds this ROAD project, then it will cost you about a million dollars, all-in. A million dollar driveway? Oh, and this project will NOT count towards Seaford's Two-Percent Tax Cap, meaning, that the taxes raised to pay for this project will be ON TOP OF whatever your Two-Percent Tax Cap amount happens to be. So, it will be Two-Percent-Plus (the cost fo the ROAD bond debt service, year-in, and year-out, until the bonds are paid off).
Seaford Dad August 21, 2012 at 03:36 PM
Chris - not everything is about money. The main concern here is the safety of our children. I am willing to pay for that. Obviously you have never been to the Harbor School. Please visit one day - specifically at 3:15 pm or during an assembly or school function. Then imagine what it would be like if there were an emergency and the school had to be evacuated. They have been working on this for over 15 years.


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